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“Think Local” The Council’s New Procurement Strategy. Cllr David Bellotti Cabinet Member for Community Resources. Economic, Environmental and Social Wellbeing .

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think local the council s new procurement strategy

“Think Local”The Council’s New Procurement Strategy

Cllr David Bellotti

Cabinet Member for Community Resources

economic environmental and social wellbeing
Economic, Environmental and Social Wellbeing

‘We will prioritise Social Value for our community. This means targeting opportunities for the local economy, providing for a sustainable future and supporting the vulnerable’

what outcomes will this deliver
What outcomes will this deliver? -
  • Local suppliers will be targeted to bid for Council business
  • Help to stimulate SME‟s and Micro Businesses
  • Decisions based on whole life costsand “social value”
what proportion of council business is awarded to local suppliers
What proportion of Council business is awarded to local suppliers?

What proportion of Council business is awarded to SMEs?

collaboration and consolidation
Collaboration and Consolidation

‘We will always aim to think innovatively and work across organisational and service boundaries.

This means identifying opportunities with partners and a one-council approach to our sourcing needs’

what outcomes will this deliver1
What outcomes will this deliver? -
  • Working as one-council to manage needs more effectively
  • Working with other public sector organisations and local businesses to widen cross-service opportunities
  • Wider cross sector working
  • Rationalise supplier base focussing on relationships of value at a local level
  • Consolidating contracts and using more collaborative arrangements, especially in the local market place
  • Thinking innovatively with our partners to become an “intelligent” client and drive continuous improvement
cost reduction and control
Cost reduction and control

‘We will always aim to deliver value for money to the taxpayer. We will provide clarity on expectations, be commercial in our approach and drive efficiency and benefits out of our systems’

what outcomes will this deliver2
What outcomes will this deliver?
  • Add value by managing key relationships
  • Consistent price/quality evaluation
  • Reduced processing costs and increasing management control
  • Enhancing intelligence through use of technology
knowledge and skills

THINK Local

Knowledge and Skills

‘We will use intelligent information and analysis to understand our market place and create a workforce with the right capacity and skills to exploit this knowledge for our community’

what outcomes will this deliver3
What outcomes will this deliver?
  • Understand what our local economy can deliver and where it needs to be stimulated to encourage growth
  • Analyse our spend against existing to identify new opportunities to achieve savings and growth
  • All procurement staff will be required to have a richer understanding of our community and the local economy and how to support it
  • The Procurement support service will be enhanced to bring together representatives from the main spending groups across the Council
transparency and accountability
Transparency and Accountability

‘We will provide a fair, consistent and proportionate framework of governance, rules and guidance to enable us to be transparent and accountable for our decisions’

what outcomes will this deliver4
What outcomes will this deliver? -
  • Changes to the way contracts are developed awarded and managed
  • Listening and engagement at the heart of the process
  • Compliance with new and increasingly complex legislation
  • Gateways to provide check points before significant Council resources are committed
what outcomes will this deliver5
What outcomes will this deliver? -
  • Input from elected members at an early stage so that political considerations may be taken into account and accountability to citizens can be demonstrated
  • Publication of our Commissioning Intentions each year and free access to opportunities to win Contracts from the Council through our web based systems
  • Transparency on the process for contracts awarded via the Council's Contract portal