There are either two or three providers in each of the 11 areas.
The biggest winner is Ingeus Deloitte, with 7.
Next comes A4e with 5 (East Midlands, London East, North West, South East and South Yorkshire).
Seetec, Avanta, G4S and Working Links each have 3.
Maximus, Rehab Group, Newcastle College and Serco each have 2.
CDG, Reed, Prospects, JHP, Pertemps, Fourstar, ESG and BEST have 1 each.
Only one of those primes, Rehab Group, is a voluntary sector organisation. One, Newcastle College, counts as public sector.
Perhaps Ingeus's partnership with the massive financial company Deloitte helped its success. But A4e have done very well. Serco, on the other hand, has done badly. But that's assuming that these contracts are going to be money spinners.
There's also a list of subcontractors out. Only 36 are listed, 25 of them voluntary sector. That suggests that there are going to be a lot of redundancies in those organisations which are currently sub-contracting under FND.