Public Sector

Finding a suitable Contract Lifecycle Management (CLM) solution for a NSW Government Client

Finding a suitable Contract Lifecycle Management (CLM) solution for a NSW Government Client

Our NSW Government client's procurement team has been on a path of renewal and continuous improvement in contract management and sourcing. This required a capability uplift across the client's procurement function, which is well underway. The client is now embarking on a project to align its sourcing and contract management processes and systems with better practice.

NSW Health: A capability diagnostic of capital works procurement functions

NSW Health: A capability diagnostic of capital works procurement functions

Across NSW Health, 15 Local Health Districts (LHDs) deliver capital works projects, each project with a value of up to $10M. Above this threshold projects are delivered by a separate entity, NSW Health Infrastructure.

Kickstarting careers: Procurement of the Smart, Skilled and Hired Youth Employment Program

Kickstarting careers: Procurement of the Smart, Skilled and Hired Youth Employment Program

Our client recognised the high stakes nature of procuring to-date non-existing services from a non-existing market in rural NSW and engaged Grosvenor to run the end-to-end procurement stream for this program. Instead of detailed specifications, we developed documentation that clearly described what the problems were that YE Program was designed to address and how success will be measured and rewarded.

Universities

High stakes travel management procurement sees University ready to soar

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

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

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

How our client identified 11% savings per year using advanced spend levers

How our client identified 11% savings per year using advanced spend levers

Our client, a medium sized utility, required help with the identification of savings and implementation strategies for each category of spend. Our research, revealed that the four spend levers Pay Less, Buy Less, Buy Cheaper and Buy Smarter, can be a great start to identifying savings.

Professionalised contract and partner management at Ausgrid

Professionalised contract and partner management at Ausgrid

Ausgrid has a large decentralised contract management function with more than 150 staff responsible for getting best performance from thousands of suppliers. To align this function with the overall business objectives of achieving sustainable, reliable and affordable outcomes for its electricity customers it was necessary to introduce a consistent way for how contracts are managed.  

Injured procurement function revived with a multifaceted refresh and implementation

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. 

Corporate

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

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.

Savings, lasting impact and credibility generated even after a merge

Savings, lasting impact and credibility generated even after a merge

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.

How our client identified 11% savings per year using advanced spend levers

How our client identified 11% savings per year using advanced spend levers

Our client, a medium sized utility, required help with the identification of savings and implementation strategies for each category of spend. Our research, revealed that the four spend levers Pay Less, Buy Less, Buy Cheaper and Buy Smarter, can be a great start to identifying savings.

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