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    Sorry if this is covered elsewhere:

    My LTD has been approached by a UK Public Sector org to support them bidding for some work outside the UK for organisation X.

    Organisation X is entirely outside the UK, is not subject to FOI, is not UK public sector etc etc.

    Organisation X is aware of my Ltd separate status as covering a gap in specialist expertise that would otherwise make the UK org ineligible.

    All work for "my bit" will either be overseas or at my LTD office.

    However, for simplicity (if we get the work) payments will probably go
    ORG X > UK Public Sector Org > my Ltd > me (or other staff of my Ltd)

    So for ESS purposes , who is the end client... is it the UK org or the overseas one?

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    Quote Originally Posted by New View Post
    Sorry if this is covered elsewhere:

    My LTD has been approached by a UK Public Sector org to support them bidding for some work outside the UK for organisation X.

    Organisation X is entirely outside the UK, is not subject to FOI, is not UK public sector etc etc.

    Organisation X is aware of my Ltd separate status as covering a gap in specialist expertise that would otherwise make the UK org ineligible.

    All work for "my bit" will either be overseas or at my LTD office.

    However, for simplicity (if we get the work) payments will probably go
    ORG X > UK Public Sector Org > my Ltd > me (or other staff of my Ltd)

    So for ESS purposes , who is the end client... is it the UK org or the overseas one?
    You want an ESS determination from the UK Public Sector Org that states you are outside. And with that the job is done (and even then its belts and braces and probably not necessary).
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    Quote Originally Posted by New View Post
    Sorry if this is covered elsewhere:

    My LTD has been approached by a UK Public Sector org to support them bidding for some work outside the UK for organisation X.

    Organisation X is entirely outside the UK, is not subject to FOI, is not UK public sector etc etc.

    Organisation X is aware of my Ltd separate status as covering a gap in specialist expertise that would otherwise make the UK org ineligible.

    All work for "my bit" will either be overseas or at my LTD office.

    However, for simplicity (if we get the work) payments will probably go
    ORG X > UK Public Sector Org > my Ltd > me (or other staff of my Ltd)

    So for ESS purposes , who is the end client... is it the UK org or the overseas one?
    The work you are doing is for the UK PSB, so they should do the test.

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