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LexisNexis Appointed to UK Government Crown Commercial Service Framework for Media Monitoring and Associated Services

RELX UK Limited, trading as LexisNexis, has been appointed to a new Crown Commercial Service framework agreement effective 1st June 2020. The framework offers media monitoring and evaluation services to all UK Government and Public Sector bodies.

For many years, LexisNexis has assisted public sector organisations and is delighted to be able to widen the scope of solutions available following this award. Public bodies making use of the agreement will now be able to access the full suite of LexisNexis media solutions including UK & international print, online webnews, broadcast monitoring, media evaluation, media contacts, social media monitoring, real-time analysis & reporting.

Chris McDonagh, Regional VP, LexisNexis: “Effective media monitoring and analysis is a top priority for communicators across government and the public sector. Our tools help public sector clients to understand and improve the effectiveness and impact of their communications. We are very proud to have been selected and are looking forward to continuing to support the diverse needs of UK Government and Public Sector bodies of all sizes and budgets.”

The agreement can be utilised by public bodies throughout the whole of the UK, including Northern Ireland, Scotland, and Wales. Public bodies wishing to take advantage of the terms negotiated under the new agreement should contact the Crown Commercial Service.

Anthony Gaffney, Media Intelligence Director, and Bobby Chadha, UK Government & Public Sector Lead, will manage all framework engagements.

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