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Can you give me a list of PUBLIC SECTOR Mgt Consultancies?

 
#1 Can you give me a list of PUBLIC SECTOR Mgt Consultancies?
28/02/2007 22:01

Charlie

I'd like to know all of them to make a balanced judgement, before I start to apply. Any lists welcome!! Thx

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#2 RE: Can you give me a list of PUBLIC SECTOR Mgt Consultancies?
01/03/2007 12:37

Random acts of language to Charlie (#1)

Most firms have some form of public sector practice.

Largely depends on where your skillset is and where in the market you want to focus, and indeed why you want to focus on the public sector at all.

I'm assuming that you're not already in the industry which would mean you're looking at a grad entry presumably. Useful if you could clarify.

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#3 RE: Can you give me a list of PUBLIC SECTOR Mgt Consultancies?
01/03/2007 12:52

X man to Random acts of language (#2)

Hedra are one of the few 'Public Sector' consultancies, they are pretty good and have a string brand in that industry.

Also Deloitte, Dettica, Avail, and E&J BAS have a name in this space. Serco do a lot of public contract management (but not a lot of consulting).

For a list, have a look at Catalist, the Government Procurement Framework for buying Professional Services. This should be available from the OGC website. This will show you who the government view as public sector consultancies - though this might not count for much ;-)

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#4 RE: Can you give me a list of PUBLIC SECTOR Mgt Consultancies?
01/03/2007 13:05

Random acts of language to X man (#3)

Catalist is just an easy route for contracting, it is possible to contract outside it. But I'd agree that those with enabling contracts are probably the ones to target.

fwiw to add to the list above; PA, PWC, KPMG, Detica, Vega (the latter two really being more tech firms)

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