Local Government Procurement

Procurement as a Service (PaaS)

Procurement as a Service (PaaS)

When you find you are lacking procurement resources  – we can assist.

Let us organise the teams and resources you need to get your project running smoothly – from planning, executing, and coordinating resources to defining the scope of the project.

Procurement-as-a-Services (PaaS) is the outsourcing of procurement activity and/or tasks to a third party who has procurement experience for a define and agreed period. Procurement-as-a-Services (PaaS) is not the act of securing temporary labour hire. Procurement-as-a-Services (PaaS) is generally the type of work that sits at strategic level, assisting customers in developing procurement initiates that align with council strategic goals, including data analytics and procurement transformation.

Procurement-as-a-Services (PaaS) includes many perspectives including strategic procurement sustainable procurement, and procurement response to disaster recovery.

Our consultants are experts in procurement and can communicate on all levels and outside of the procurement circle to inform, influence and drive strategic procurement on your behalf.

Our sustainable consultants can provide expertise to guide you and promote your procurement methodology to achieve sustainable procurement and deliver outcomes that include people, planet, prosperity, and purpose.

Our consultants can assist you after a disaster occur. In times of disaster councils are faced with providing recovery services under pressure, urgently with competing priorities. It is at times like this, that usual process and best practice may fall by the wayside, creating gaps where unethical practices can emerge.  For a reasonable fee our consultants can manage your BAU tender processes and allow you to respond to crisis with freed time and laser focus.

We’re here to help.

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Contact the LGP Consulting Team or call 02 8270 8747 or complete the online form to request a quote for services.

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