Leverage our dedicated public sector experience and ensure excellence in State Government procurement
Leverage our state government expertise to deliver procurement outcomes for Government
Whether it is developing a social procurement initiative, designing procurement frameworks and policies, or the delivery of a savings program, ArcBlue can work with your procurement team to optimise the value delivered to Government and the broader community.
Ensure the highest standards of probity are maintained
Government procurement is always subject to high levels of industry and media scrutiny. ArcBlue has the experience to provide probity advice, training and support to ensure compliance in your next procurement project.
Providing the experienced procurement resources
The on-time delivery of State Government projects requires access to the most capable procurement resources. ArcBlue can provide experienced procurement and project resources at short notice, to work within your team.
Measuring and uplifting procurement capability
ArcBlue works with State Government to measure and benchmark the capability of procurement teams and then deliver targeted training to improve skills and improve the overall capability of the team. We also deliver public sector accreditation and CIPS certification programs so that your organisation can compare against set benchmarks and gain credibility.
ARCBLUE STATE GOVERNMENT SERVICES
We’ve identified these specific ArcBlue services that are most relevant for Australian State Government organisations.
PROCUREMENT ADVISORY & CHANGE
Deliver value in government through consulting, change management & transformation
ArcBlue has experience in delivering procurement reviews and diagnostics, probity advice and reviews, procurement transformation programs, sourcing and savings strategies as well as advice on category management.
For Governance bodies, ArcBlue has significant experience in undertaking accreditation and compliance programs.
Achieve more social impact for your community through procurement
ArcBlue has a strong record in the growing field of social and sustainable procurement.
From large scale Place-Based programs through to supply chain engagement and the development of frameworks and policies, ArcBlue is a recognised leader through its delivery of programs such as the GROW Program in Victoria.
Assess & benchmark procurement capability and create a roadmap for skills growth
ArcBlue has both the experience and tools to assess and benchmark procurement capability within government procurement teams.
We work with your organisation to design a capability assessment project that will provide real insights into the capability and skills of your team – collectively and individually.
Enable best practice outcomes and informed decision-making through spend analytics
Improve efficiency, collaboration & consistency in procurement practices with a digital procurement workspace
The mybuy procurement hub is a collaborative procurement space that brings together all of your procurement policies, data and reporting into a single online home.
Utilise mybuy to create a connected, collaborative workspace between agencies or departments, and ensure a consistency of procurement services, systems, documents & tools.
AUSTRALIAN STATE GOVERNMENT CASE STUDIES
Sourcing an eProcurement Platform for Government
Social Procurement and Workforce Development
Social Impact Measurement & Analytics
Procurement & probity advice for an Infrastructure procurement project
Place-based Social Procurement Progam
Leading a Joint Tender process to achieve value for money outcomes
Government Procurement Transformation Program
Diagnostic focusing on Probity & Practice
Developing Category Strategies with CATalyst
Aboriginal Business Engagement
SPEAK TO OUR SPECIALISTS
Justin Sara Director, South Australia & State/Federal Government
Elisabeth Lette Director, Queensland & Northern Territory
Chris Gunn Director, Victoria & Tasmania
Shane Lamont Director, NSW & Infrastructure
Emerson Boyle Director, Western Australia
Adam O’Brien Associate Director, ACT