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ITT Design Support – Consortium of Public Sector Commissioners

Project Overview Three regional Commissioners initially collaborated with a view to commissioning services, for themselves. However a short way into the project, it became clear that many, if not all, Commissioners nationally had a similar need to commission services and there would be benefits in establishing a Framework contract that could be used by any […]

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Supplier Management

No one can deny that sound management of long term service supply contracts is essential, but how can this best be achieved? The current approach varies widely from company to company but broadly falls into three distinct camps – procurement does it, the business unit does it or nobody does it! The last case of […]

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Collaborative Commissioning – Police & Crime Commissioners, East of England

Project Overview The PCCs of the Eastern Region took the decision very early on to collaborate in the commissioning of Victims Services. This has proven to have been the right decision for many reasons, not least of which has been the ability to achieve far better value for money than would have been possible via […]

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Value for Money – easy to say, harder to achieve and demonstrate

Lots of confusion around what Value for Money actually means.  It is a term that is used bandied around on regular basis, but from our experience, it is generally not fully understood. Commissioners are often poor at commissioning services that deliver it.  Service providers are often poor at demonstrating clearly how their services provide it. […]

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