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Central Gov Main Players

 
#1 Central Gov Main Players
09/08/2007 10:37

Ally

Hi,

Could anyone provide a few names of the main players in central government consulting (mainly advisory)? Reference to both the big players and the smaller niche players would be very helpful.

On another note, does anyone know where can get hold of a league table that shows the largest revenue billers per sector? Tony, maybe you can help?

Cheers

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#2 RE: Central Gov Main Players
09/08/2007 11:46

Mr Consultant to Ally (#1)

this should be a good place to start:

http://www.managementconsultancy.co.uk/webdirectory/mctable

in terms of advisorys well it depends on the sector of central govt - you could argue pretty much everyone. be more specific is it

transport,

strategy,

operations,

programme management

the list goes on and on. and so do the firms.

have a look at the tables in the link provided and go to each company's website to see what they do.

best of luck

cheers

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#3 RE: Central Gov Main Players
09/08/2007 15:43

Aaron to Ally (#1)

PA Consulting are very big in the public sector

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#4 RE: Central Gov Main Players
10/08/2007 10:17

K to Aaron (#3)

This is a big area you're covering but I'd say the following play in the advisory space between MBBB and the big system integrators:

KPMG

PWC

EY

PA

Hedra (who focus on this work only)

AT Kearney

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#5 RE: Central Gov Main Players
13/08/2007 15:46

allymcbeal to K (#4)

Depends if you're talking about UK or globally. I work for BearingPoint in Ireland - its 60% of our revenue. Only beaten by Accenture in terms of gross fees per year.

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#6 RE: Central Gov Main Players
13/08/2007 17:11

Shark to allymcbeal (#5)

Going to work for any consultancy which is dependent on public sector revenues is asking for trouble.

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