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Government Procurement Service at a glance. Our value to you. Operating at the heart of Government Procurement, available to all UK public sector organisations. Leveraging £10bn spend for the benefit of the entire public sector purse. Public sector serving public sector.

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our value to you
Our value to you
  • Operating at the heart of Government Procurement, available to all UK public sector organisations.
  • Leveraging £10bn spend for the benefit of the entire public sector purse.

Public sector serving public sector

  • Effective commercial management of public sector spend on common goods and services.
  • Customer access to all procurement activities and pricing to drive operational and business performance.

Accountable and transparent

  • Any surplus is invested to support continuous improvement in Government’s procurement capability.
  • Demonstrating overall value for money.

Low cost to serve (average 0.4%)

Delivering savings for the nation.

key facts
Key facts
  • Estimated £8bn of public sector procurement spend in 2011-12.
  • Over 2,000 suppliers.
  • Over 14,500 customers across 1,400 organisations.
  • 4,600 contracts currently in place.
  • Over 100 EU-compliant framework agreements.
  • 275 staff across two sites – Liverpool and Norwich.
  • Current commission average is 0.4%.
  • Total savings (demand and price) for 11/12 are estimated to be £2bn.

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Our procurement operating model

  • Input

Self serve

Communication Services, Energy, Fleet, Travel, Office Solutions, Professional Services, Print, ICT, Property/Facilities Management

  • Outputs

Sourcing & Category Management

  • Public sector organisations should buy common goods and services together for maximum leverage and best pricing.
  • Self serve and assisted delivery options to help buy most effectively.
  • Government portal/ITQ
  • Government eMarketplace
  • Outsourced solutions
  • Economic Growth
    • Category Management
    • 120 days
    • Early engagement
    • Pipelines
  • Deficit Reduction
    • Aggregation
    • Demand Management
    • Savings
  • Capability
    • Procurement Investment Fund
    • eEnablement
    • Training

£10bn Spend Under Management (SUM)

Assisted delivery

e.g. Further Competition, eAuction

  • Through category
  • Through Spot Buy team
  • Through eAuction

Manageddelivery

  • e.g. End to end procurement service
  • Project team
  • Spot Buy team

Enablers to more efficient Government Procurement

Procurement capability

  • Category management
  • EU procurement

eEnablement

  • Government portal
  • eMarketplace
  • Contracts Finder
  • Spend analysis
  • Dun & Bradstreet
  • eSourcing/contractmanagement
  • P2P (in development)
  • Management information
  • Spend under
  • management
  • Compliance
  • Leverage
  • Performance
  • management
  • Benefits methodologies

Transparency & standardisation

  • Transparency
  • Terms & conditions
  • Lean procurement
  • process
  • Freedom ofInformation

Investing in capability

  • Investment
  • People
  • Processes
  • Systems
  • Training

Customer engagement

  • Account management
  • Help desk
  • Service improvements
  • Communication
  • Performance dashboard – spend, saving, suppliers, satisfaction
  • Category governance

Underpinned by Leanprinciples and ways of working

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Lean
  • A Lean working environment is one where the business processes add value, are not wasteful or overly complex, and deliver continuous improvement. Performance is managed effectively through visible and robust reporting.
  • Our continuous improvement activity focuses on:
    • Processes: a structured review of the major procurement processes using Lean methodology to create processes that efficiently and effectively deliver the needs of our customers.
    • People: up-skill staff with problem solving skills and gain staff engagement to embed a culture of continuous improvement through performance measurement.
    • Strategic: create a strategic path to ensure Lean thinking is embedded across the organisation and in how we contract and manage customers.
contact us
Contact us

Visit us at

http://gps.cabinetoffice.gov.uk

Or email

info@gps.gsi.gov.uk

Or call our customer service desk on

0345 410 2222