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Welcome to INTEC Public Sector

For many years INTEC has worked with local and national organisations to deliver both packaged and bespoke solutions. Our experience working with local authorities and national agencies has helped us build a comprehensive portfolio and a large UK-wide customer base, particularly within fraud, audit and health and safety.

The INTEC portfolio of products is always expanding with ongoing research and development into new areas. We can work with any business to improve its services, and develop the required solution to meet any specific needs. INTEC continues to improve and reinvent its systems to ensure that we provide customers with the best solution available.

Our key expertise is in providing niche solutions within local authorities. Our range of solutions include departmental case management and data analysis through to corporate systems and national web portals.

For more information, see our Product Guide or learn how we are helping people in your sector.


LAIOG 2014 - Final Agenda Released!

INTEC are pleased top release the final agenda for this years LAIOG event. Once again we will provide our support to the event and are main sponsors.

The focus of the LAIOG event is ‘Protecting the Public Purse 2013’. They will provide delegates with practical workshop sessions giving examples of best practice from around the UK, including private and public sectors, and focusing on joint working.


LAIOG Annual Event 2014

03/04/2014 - 09:00
04/04/2014 - 12:36
Europe/London

INTEC will once again provide our support to the event and are main sponsors.

The focus of the LAIOG event is ‘Protecting the Public Purse 2013’. They will provide delegates with practical workshop sessions giving examples of best practice from around the UK, including private and public sectors, and focusing on joint working.

Protecting the Public Purse 2013

This report highlights that £178 million of fraud was detected by local government in the last year. Just over three quarters of that total was detected by one quarter of councils.

Jeremy Newman, chairman of the Audit Commission says: “We should be celebrating that local government has detected some 107,000 fraud cases with a value of £178 million in 2012/13. Most of the non-benefit fraud was identified by the top quarter of councils, which lead the way in the fight against fraud. This shows what can be achieved and we encourage all councils to play their part and do as much as they can to detect fraud. If the other 75 per cent of councils had found as much, we would see much higher overall rates of fraud detection”.

To read more click here


Free INTEC Workshops on "Violent Person Markers"

Following on from my first invitation I have received several responses and there are a few common questions occurring that I wanted to cover.

  • Are there any hidden costs for these workshops?
  • What do I do if I can’t make the workshop?
  • Why do we need to have a central register and are there any legal requirements for it?
  • Why can’t we just have a central list/spreadsheet/webpage that is circulated to all departments?

You can find the answers to these questions here...


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