Bringing service to life... ...in transportDuring 2010, we launched a brand new way of travelling round the streets of London - the Barclays Cycle Hire scheme. In just a few months, the distinctive bikes have become an integral part of the city's streetscape.
Bringing service to life... ...in offender managementHMP and YOI Doncaster holds an offender on average for just 12-16 weeks, making its population one of the hardest to rehabilitate. When John Biggin took over as the prison's director, he was prepared for the challenge.
Bringing service to life... ...in UK defenceRoyal Naval Air Station Culdrose, in Cornwall, UK, is Europe's largest military helicopter unit. Serco has a crucial role, helping to maximise the time those helicopters are available for deployment.
Bringing service to life... ...in local governmentTechnology helps councils increase their efficiency and improve service to citizens.
Bringing service to life... ...in US defenceWhen the US Navy becomes involved in conflict or provides humanitarian aid, they send temporary hospitals to wherever they are needed.
Bringing service to life... ...in metro servicesThe Serco-run Dubai Metro launched in September 2009 and has grown rapidly. During 2010, it carried 38.8 million passengers and expanded from 10 stations to 26.
Bringing service to life... ...in immigration managementControlling borders is a key task for governments. In Australia, we support the department of Immigration and Citizenship through our contract to manage immigration centres throughout the country.
- 09 September 2014 Serco Awarded $14 Million Navy Psychological Health Services Contract
- 04 September 2014 Update on rebid for Australian onshore immigration services
- 21 August 2014 Serco wins position on $2.5billion US Navy CANES fleet modernization contract