“The pandemic has, in many ways, accelerated digitalisation, leading to new needs and increased risks. An organisation's credibility is highly dependent on how well it maintains a high level of regulatory compliance, governance and risk management. We look forward to contributing with our cutting-edge expertise in this case, as the requirements for being responsible in these areas are particularly high for authorities such as the Statems vegvesen,” said Carsten Maartmann-Moe, CEO of Transcendent Group Norway.
Transcendent Group has extensive experience in delivering services to authorities and other public bodies. Among several competing offers, the group was awarded the framework agreement with special reference to its qualifications in quality assurance and auditing. The agreement also includes services related to, among other things, process and business development, strategy work and portfolio management.
The framework agreement runs from December 2020 for two years with the option of a two-year extension. Vivento AS is the main supplier for the group, which in addition to Transcendent Group also includes Agenda Kaupang, AFRY, Rambøll Management Consulting and Menon Economics.