Leading Independent Scrutineer gets the chance to supply services for trade union ballots
UK Engage, a brand of Print Image Network Ltd, one of the country’s leading electoral print and mail suppliers, is delighted to announce that it has been certified as a supplier to administer trade union ballots and elections.
Today the company discovered that The Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy made the Order, cited as the Trade Union Ballots and Elections (Independent Scrutineer Qualifications) (Amendment) Order 2017, that UK Engage will appear on the approved list to supply trade unions, when the Order officially comes into force on 1st October 2017.
The company has extensive experience in both statutory and non-statutory elections. Under the Print Image Network brand, it produces legislatively-led electoral stationery. They Print millions of poll cards, postal votes, ballot papers and other stationery items, on behalf of local authorities. UK Engage is a well-known brand providing independent scrutineer and member engagement services to vertical market sector. This includes professional bodies, member organisations and NHS Foundation Trusts, to name a few.
John Foster, Managing Director of UK Engage, said of the announcement “We are absolutely delighted with the news that The Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy has accepted and recommended our application to supply the trade union market. The announcement means that trade unions have a greater choice of which supplier to use to administer elections and ballots.”
He continued “Being a leading UK election services supplier, we feel with our expertise and experience of statutory and non-statutory elections, we are ideally placed to provide trade unions with a first-class service. We are confident that we have a market-leading offering and have the skills and expertise to provide trade unions with an unrivalled balloting provision.”
As one of the UK’s leading suppliers of electronic democracy and ballot solutions, UK Engage also has its own innovative and secure e-voting platform to support trade unions, should the law change to allow them to vote using online solutions.
Andy Tye is the General Manager at UK Engage. “The news that the trade union market has opened up is extremely exciting for UK Engage and the industry. We hope that we will also be able to assist trade unions with e-voting services for elections and ballots at some point in the future, as we have seen e-voting help to improve voter turnout in other market sectors. In addition, We are also confident that our system is the most secure in the UK.”
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