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Grant Thornton named as a supplier on Crown Commercial Service’s “RM6336 – eDisclosure and Document Review” Framework, reinforcing expertise in data management and litigation support

The latest agreement will see the professional services firm bringing market-leading technology and expertise to support government agencies and public sector organisations in data management and litigation.

Grant Thornton is delighted to announce its selection as a supplier on the Crown Commercial Service's “RM6336 – eDisclosure and Document Review” Framework.

The eDisclosure framework aims to streamline the process of acquiring electronic discovery and litigation support services, enabling public sector entities to access trusted suppliers with proven expertise in this field. This latest development marks a significant achievement for Grant Thornton and demonstrates its expertise and commitment to delivering high-quality professional services.

Crown Commercial Service supports the public sector to achieve maximum commercial value when procuring common goods and services. In 2021/22, CCS helped the public sector to achieve commercial benefits equal to £2.8 billion - supporting world-class public services that offer best value for taxpayers.

"We are thrilled to be selected as a supplier on the Crown Commercial Service's eDisclosure framework,"

said Paul Jacobs, Cyber and Forensics Partner at Grant Thornton.

"We take immense pride in our ability to harness market-leading solutions and innovative AI-based technology. Our engagements, spanning across five continents, allow us to undertake some of the most complex eDisclosure matters in Europe (our most recent in excess of 250 million documents). With a combination of cutting-edge technology, extensive expertise and experience, and a flexible approach to cost to minimise expenses for clients, Grant Thornton is primed to provide comprehensive eDisclosure services. This achievement underscores our commitment to providing outstanding services to public sector organisations, helping them navigate the complexities of managing electronic data effectively and efficiently."

Echoing those sentiments, Vijay Rathour, Partner and Head of Cyber & Digital Investigations at Grant Thornton said,

The selection of Grant Thornton as a supplier to the Crown Commercial Services is testament to the talent and expertise amongst our teams and demonstrates the calibre of our employees across the firm.”

He added:

“It is no secret that the emergence of AI brings with it great opportunities as well as great challenges, and we are confident that we are best placed to navigate our clients, new and existing, through both elements.”  


About Grant Thornton

With a multi-disciplinary team – with expertise and qualifications in Legal, eDisclosure, Computer Science, IT Forensics, IT Security and Data Analytics, Grant Thornton aims to leverage cutting-edge tools and methodologies and enable organisations to make informed decisions based on comprehensive data analysis, ultimately reducing risks, and enhancing the efficiency of legal processes. We bring tried and tested technology and innovative software solutions to all engagements using our breadth of global expertise.

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