GSA Press Releases
The professionals and teams of the sourcing industry are recognised and celebrated by representatives of the global sourcing community.
John McAfee and Dr David Bray will keynote at the UK Symposium in June
The Global Sourcing Association UK (GSA) is today announcing its newly appointed Council for 20172018.
The GSA launches independent Automation User Group to dispel the myths and clarify the benefits of robotics and automation in the sourcing industry.
The Global Sourcing Association (GSA) has released its shortlist for the GSA UK’s fifth annual Professional Awards – the only awards ceremony solely dedicated to celebrating the talents of those working across the Sourcing industry.
The Global Sourcing Association launches its Women in Sourcing Mentoring Programme developed to support the Association’s target to have a third of women holding senior positions in the UK’s sourcing industry by 2020
GSA partners with D/SRUPTION to address the key questions around disruption, innovation and digital transformation.
HfS Research and the Global Sourcing Association announce global partnership to drive insight, knowledge and skills across the global sourcing industry.
The GSA UK celebrates sourcing excellence at the 2016 awards in the Intercontinental Hotel, Park Lane, London.
Best practice and sourcing excellence is recognised and celebrated by representatives of the global sourcing community.
International Outsourcing Associations, Government Development Bodies and major Buyers and Providers of sourcing all join SAG to drive up global standards.
The Global Accreditation Programme for buyers and suppliers of sourcing services aims to improve skills and competencies, and help organisations work more effectively.
The Global Sourcing Association will champion the adoption of a single global standard covering Buyers and Service Providers in Sourcing, Shared Service and Global Business Services.
As UKTI’s outsourcing comes under heavy criticism, an NOA poll finds that public sector managers crave clear guidelines for outsourcing best practice.
Britain’s decision to leave the EU goes against the views of NOA members and Britain’s outsourcing industry overall.
npower showcases how Arise’s work-at-home platform has enhanced their Customer Enquiries function at the NOA Symposium 2016.
Government employees will get free access to world-leading speakers, future-focused strategies and first-class industry insight at the NOA’s flagship event.
Shop Direct, Unilever, Intelenet and many others celebrate victory at the NOA’s Professional Awards 2016 in Manchester.
The BBC has passed the NOA’s Corporate Accreditation Programme with merit, setting the standard for public sector outsourcing expertise and excellence.
The National Outsourcing Association will release its definitive list of the UK’s most committed outsourcers at the NOA’s Professional Awards.
The NOA kicks off a programme to drive success in public sector outsourcing with a free conference and training, to support the public sector in its time of need.
The shortlist for the Awards Ceremony - which takes place Thursday 19th May in Manchester - features the likes of Shop Direct, GlaxoSmithKline, The Telegraph and Egypt's ITIDA.
This year’s most comprehensive guide to the future of outsourcing is now available in print and for free online.
NOA poll finds most British outsourcers want to remain part of a reformed EU.
Representatives from Zurich Insurance, Centrica & Egypt’s ITIDA all feature as new additions.
Former Head of Marketing at Capita and NOA Council Member joins the NOA executive team.
NOA and DDC OS to host a series of round table discussions for charities.
Bulgarian President Rosen Plevneliev is "delighted" to open the EOA's Summit in Sofia in October.
The full list of winners for the NOA Awards 2015, as announced on Thursday 19th November.
Tonight the twelfth annual NOA Awards take place, honouring the best examples of outsourcing in both the private and the public sector.
The NOA outlines five crucial steps David Cameron must take to make the UK the global strategic hub for service delivery by 2020, which will drive job creation and significant growth to UK GDP.
Here are the winners for the EOA Awards 2015. The announcement was made on 8th October, in the evening following the EOA Leadership Summit 2015.
The shortlist for this year's NOA Awards, with winners to be announced on 19th November in London.
The finalists for the EOA Awards have been revealed, with winners to be announced on 8th October at the EOA Leadership Summit in Lisbon.
The NOA’s Professional Awards took place on 21st May at the Emirates Stadium, Home of Arsenal FC. Here are the winners.
Kerry Hallard speculates on what the newly elected Conservative majority government means for the UK outsourcing industry.
In partnership with Polaris, the NOA surveyed 158 of its members to determine how buyer and suppliers can attain more value from their outsourcing contracts.
The NOA announces its management council and Phoenix Group's Chris Day as its new Chair.
The NOA's annual compendium of outsourcing knowledge and insight has been published. Hard copies are available for members, while the online version is free to access on the NOA website.
This week the UK's political parties released their manifestos for the 2015 General Election. Here Kerry Hallard responds to the prospective policies that will impact on the UK outsourcing industry.
With the Awards Ceremony taking place on the evening of Thursday 21st May, the shortlist for the NOA's Professional Awards has been announced, including representatives from the NHS, BBC, Serco and Capita.
The NOA approves of new VAT exemptions announced in the 2015 Budget, having previously campaigned on VAT relief for outsourcing suppliers, but also warns that the government will have to do more to make their outsourcing arrangements work effectively.
Representatives from the BBC, Capita, IBM, EE and Unilever all included in the newly elected NOA Council.
The National Outsourcing Association (NOA), the industry association and professional body for outsourcing, is launching its own Continuous Professional Development scheme which will help professionals maintain and enhance their outsourcing knowledge and skills.
The Telegraph has reported that Jon Cruddas, Ed Miliband’s top policy chief, has said that the public sector should no longer allocate outsourcing contracts to firms that prioritise making money over ‘social purpose’.
Kerry Hallard, CEO of the NOA, responds.
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