Effecting significant change in such a well-entrenched and established profession such as procurement is a real challenge but that’s why we do what we do.
Modern day procurement teams are in a unique position to become trusted internal advisors delivering visible and tangible results well beyond just the realm of cost savings and tender processes.
We have over 20 years of experience delivering sustainable high-value returns and benefits to our clients.
The high level of demonstrable effectiveness we achieve is linked to our belief that the only way to achieve genuine long-lasting results is to successfully transfer knowledge to your team.
Exchanging know-how and expertise at the highest level is core to our advisory ethos.
Our willingness to embed our knowledge and IP into your team is a clear difference you'll appreciate in any engagement with Grosvenor.
You can always spot a Grosvenor person. Whether it’s a senior partner or our office receptionist, our people are always the real deal: professional, diligent and honest.
They’re the kind of people you often hear asking ‘why not?’, ‘what if?’ and ‘how about?’. They have a reputation among our clients for offering fearless advice. What’s more, your team at Grosvenor won’t change every week. The faces that greet you the first time we meet are the same senior people you’ll be meeting week in week out.
BA (German, Anthropology), BSc (Genetics)
Leading Grosvenor’s program evaluation practice, Dana's deep expertise in public sector organisations has been built from over a decade of advising Government on program evaluation, organisational review, optimisation and procurement projects.
BA, MBA, PRINCE2, IPAA, CIPS, AICD
Kristy is one of Grosvenor’s most experienced public sector advisors, with over six years of experience advising clients on complex program evaluation, organisational review and procurement projects.
BCom, LLB(Hons), MCIPS
Katie has an extensive background in procurement, both as an in-house advisor and as a procurement consultant across multiple categories of spend. Through GPG, she has also delivered multiple property, program and organisational reviews across both government and private sectors.
Gene is a Consultant at GPG and is responsible for providing support for a variety of projects across all of the group’s service offerings. In these roles, Gene has primarily gained experience collating and analysing data, conducting research, and engaging with a variety of stakeholders.
Bachelor of Economics (BEc), Bachelor of Laws (LLB), Graduate Diploma of Legal Practice (GDLP)
Alex’s time at Grosvenor has seen him working on complex high-stakes procurement projects, as well as Commonwealth government advisory in organisational improvement and program evaluation.
We use a range of trusted partners and affiliates to provide further subject matter and technical expertise to our projects.
Our clients represent a broad cross section of Government, public and private sector organisations. Highlighted below are a selection of clients we've worked with.