29 June 2017

Ministry of Justice selects DTI for transcription services

DTI, a global legal process outsourcing (LPO) company providing eDisclosure, managed services, litigation support and court reporting, has been awarded multiple contracts for the provision of transcription services by the Ministry of Justice.

DTI has been engaged to provide a number of services including off-site transcription services for the Crown Courts in the Midlands region and for any proceedings other than those in the Crown Courts in England and Wales. It will also provide attendance-based transcription services, providing loggers and stenographers to attend hearings in the Criminal Division of the Court of Appeal and real-time transcription services for cases primarily sitting in the Crown Courts where the services are procured by the Ministry of Justice or the executive agencies of the Ministry of Justice.

'Delighted'

‘We are delighted to be awarded these contracts and to continue working with the Ministry of Justice,” said Simon Hill, Senior Vice President and Managing Director, Europe. ‘DTI is well-respected for its court reporting, transcription, evidence management, document review and evidence presentation solutions. Our ability to provide transcription services using highly skilled professionals and to deliver service excellence at a competitive value was a winning formula.’

Up to four year contract

Provision of these services will begin at the end of June with the contracts each running for up to four years.