For organisations in the Public Sector, you can buy our services through a number of Frameworks

This means you can rest easy, knowing our value for money, behaviours, skills and knowledge have been pre-vetted. As a result, Best Practice Group is proud to be included in the following professional services and management consultancy frameworks.

Frameworks:

Management Consultancy Framework Two (RM6008)

We are proud to be on the MCF2 framework and have been vetted to provide services under Lot 1 (Business Consultancy) and Lot 2 (Procurement, Supply Chain & Commercial). You can contact BPG to discuss supporting your requirements on the following:

Lot 1 – Business Consultancy:

  • Business Case Development
  • Capability Development
  • Business Proces Re-engineering
  • Business Sourcing Strategies
  • Strategic and Operational Planning
  • Change / Programme Management
  • Forecasting, planning and development
  • ICT
  • Options Appraisal
  • Project Management
  • Risk Management

Lot 2 – Procurement, Supply Chain & Commercial

  • Market research, analysis and testing
  • Financial Support
  • Insourcing / Outsourcing
  • Strategic & Complex Procurement
  • Innovative Contractual Arrangement
  • Procurement Methodologies
  • Category Management
  • Supplier Relationship Management
  • Supplier Performance Management
  • PFI Procurement
  • Risk Mitigation
  • Contract Creation & Management
  • Contractual remedial support / Contract performance improvement

G-Cloud 10 – Crown Commercial Services

You will find BPG’s services on the Government’s Digital Marketplace to support your Cloud technology project.

NEPRO – Specialist Professional Services Framework

BPG has been pre-vetted to supply specialist consultancy services for the public sector. Please contact us to understand more about the framework.

Digital Outcomes and Specialists 4

If you are searching for Digital Specialists or a Digital Outcome, BPG can be found on the Crown Commercial Service’s new Digital Outcomes and Specialists 4 Framework.

30/03/2020 – Update – Due to the current coronavirus COVID-19 outbreak, CCS is calling on Regulation 72 (1) (c) to extend this agreement for up to 6 months from the original end date of 30 September 2020 to 31 March 2021. This will relieve pressure on the supply chain while short staffed, to help businesses to continue to deliver services and goods to customers. CCS intends to deliver replacement agreements as quickly as possible after the initial COVID-19 impact.