Public Sector Procurement

Better contract management outcomes: A principles based framework
Procurement Advisory

Better contract management outcomes: A principles based framework

Grosvenor worked with a public organisation in New South Wales to improve their contract management. Our client not only required the confidence that the organisation complies with all regulation but at the same time wanted to increase the value they receive from their contracts.We assisted our client in the implementation for a flagship contract.

Procurement reporting that drives results
Procurement Advisory

Procurement reporting that drives results

A NSW State Government client is on a journey to implement a new Enterprise Resource System (ERP). While the new system will enhance the availability and validity of data, our client understands that just reporting on nice-to-know statistics, such as the number of purchase orders raised and the number of suppliers used, doesn’t help much. Grosvenor was able to design three streamlined reports that enable our client to track procurement outcomes across the organisation.

Five tips for successful services procurements
Procurement Advisory

Five tips for successful services procurements

A government authority, the key buyer for health goods and services within the state, was procuring a services contract for the transport of patients to and from hospitals, care facilities and their homes. Grosvenor was engaged to assist with developing the tender response for our client. The scope of our engagement included the development of the written response and project management of the whole tender submission process. Our client increased its volume of service delivery substantially!

Corporate

Savings, lasting impact and credibility generated even after a merger
Procurement Advisory

Savings, lasting impact and credibility generated even after a merger

Grosvenor was engaged to act as the role of Head of Procurement, to assist in transforming the function. Grosvenor was required to maintain the business as usual functions of procurement while conducting the review of the department, including the support provided to the rest of the Bank.

Savings of more than 10% savings discovered through spend, category and inventory analysis
Procurement Advisory

Savings of more than 10% savings discovered through spend, category and inventory analysis

Grosvenor was engaged to conduct an organisational wide inventory, spend and category analysis, and to conduct a review of the entire procurement function to identify savings and efficiencies, and to provide a model and implementation plan for the future delivery of procurement for a large mixed utility provider.

P2P Transformation – eCatalogues to delight buyers and suppliers
Procurement Advisory

P2P Transformation – eCatalogues to delight buyers and suppliers

Our client is a large NSW public sector organisation with a need to establish central eCatalogues that their buyers, their suppliers and their Finance and Audit teams were going to be delighted with. This would ensure high uptake and maximum benefits.

Universities

High stakes travel management procurement sees University ready to soar
Procurement Advisory

High stakes travel management procurement sees University ready to soar

Grosvenor assisted the University establish a contract with a TMC that represented best value for money for the University, aligned with stakeholders’ needs and expectations and could be sustainably delivered by the provider. The Contract recognises the bespoke operating environment and service requirements of University travellers and travel bookers, successfully catering for both.

Simple spend analysis relieves supplier management complexities for a leading University
Procurement Advisory

Simple spend analysis relieves supplier management complexities for a leading University

Our client, a leading regional provider of higher education, struggled with a complex web of facilities management suppliers and an inconsistent organisation-wide contract management approach. These inconsistencies filtered through to procurement and contract documentation, further exacerbating difficulties in supplier management.

Enhancing a leading University’s contract management to increase supplier performance
Procurement Advisory

Enhancing a leading University’s contract management to increase supplier performance

Our client is recognised internationally as a world-leading university. With this reputation, students, educators and researchers will expect that their buildings and facilities create a sense of place, provide a sense of community and support the educational and research objectives of the organisation.

Utilities

Utility provider leading the industry whilst generating 10% savings p.a.
Procurement Advisory

Utility provider leading the industry whilst generating 10% savings p.a.

A utility provider was undergoing a significant transformation to become recognised as a leading utility. The procurement function had been identified as a priority candidate for review and transformation. The utility sought external expertise to conduct the review and identify a pathway for improvement.

Savings of more than 10% savings discovered through spend, category and inventory analysis
Procurement Advisory

Savings of more than 10% savings discovered through spend, category and inventory analysis

Grosvenor was engaged to conduct an organisational wide inventory, spend and category analysis, and to conduct a review of the entire procurement function to identify savings and efficiencies, and to provide a model and implementation plan for the future delivery of procurement for a large mixed utility provider.

Injured procurement function revived with a multifaceted refresh and implementation
Procurement Advisory

Injured procurement function revived with a multifaceted refresh and implementation

Grosvenor conducted a comprehensive review of the client's procurement function. The review involved extensive consultation across the business, review of existing process and procedures and an assessment of procurement outcomes. Current practice was assessed against Grosvenor’s Procurement Better Practice Comparator to identify areas of strength as well as areas requiring improvement.