Value for Money Where it Matters Most
From nuclear to transportation, regulators to large central government departments, Proxima is proud to support the UK Government’s commercial functions.
As government capability transforms, specialist providers and SMEs like Proxima are increasingly being asked to support key commercial programmes, forming an essential part of the capability puzzle.
As specialists, we bring specific knowledge and capability that can augment commercial teams and accelerate outcomes, making departments more agile, effective and able to enhance value for money.
Specialist Procurement Solutions
To accelerate results in your department, we deploy procurement specialists with real-world experience in Public Sector and bring fresh insights from the outside, explaining how other organizations have faced similar challenges.
We work closely and collaboratively with you, immersing ourselves in your world to understand your needs and deliver fast and sustainable impact. We help organizations by;
- Creating future-fit procurement strategies and functions
- Enabling teams with the best capabilities and insights
- Optimizing supplier expenditure and outcomes
- Delivering complex transformation and change programs
In a world where capacity and capability can be so critical to departmental performance, enhancing commercial capability could be one of the most efficient ways to optimise value for money. Every organization faces different challenges, so speak to our specialists today about yours.
See how we help public services deliver lasting value through procurement.
Relevant services are tailored to suit the public sector
Suppliers are increasingly responsible for delivering large parts of our public services. They represent a significant cost line but also a great source of innovation and potential risk. This means that it’s critical to have strong capability that can identify, select and manage the right suppliers, as well as work collaboratively with, and bring insight to, policy makers. Commercial functions have to juggle a multitude of priorities, necessitating smart workforce planning, agile operating models and strong capability. Departments are increasingly turning to Consultancy Frameworks as part of the solution, bringing in external capacity and capability for key programme support, often from specialist SMEs. The GCF is working hard to transform government commercially, addressing capability from the inside. This is changing some of the dynamics of the workforce puzzle and prompting new thinking about.