EY – Supporting and celebrating innovation in the Public Sector for a decade
Diversity, inspiration and innovation are key drivers of transforming the delivery of citizen outcomes to the benefit of society. Every day, civil servants are making this happen. At EY we believe that asking a better question provides a better answer. Through our decade long partnership with the Civil Service Awards, we celebrate creativity, best practice, and excellence in Government.
BJSS is the UK’s leading privately-owned IT and business consultancy. We work with the world’s largest organisations to design, deliver and support large-scale digital transformation.
As a privately-held business, we have the flexibility to do the right thing for our clients, unencumbered by the constraints of external investors. The genuine long-term partnerships we have established across the public and private sectors attest to the success of our approach. Whether working as a sole supplier, or collaborating in mixed client and vendor teams, our flexibility, commitment to technical excellence and absolute focus on outcomes mean we routinely succeed where others have failed to deliver.
Our people enjoy a culture devoid of large company distractions, able to focus their talents on building value for clients and delivering some of the world’s most challenging and rewarding engagements.
Our clients know they can rely on the quality of our people, their determination to deliver, and our straightforward, no-nonsense approach.
As pioneers of agile delivery at scale, our innovative Enterprise Agile® approach has been recognised by the Queen’s Award for Enterprise and enables organisations of all sizes to deliver business value from IT transformation.
BT is one of the few organisations that works across all areas of the UK public sector, enabling organisations to meet the challenges of controlling costs and maintaining excellence, to be able to access, record and share information both within and across agencies and departments. We believe that working more flexibly, sharing physical infrastructure and information will be a critical area for the Civil Service going forward. We call it the Art of Connecting, it’s about providing you with the ability to connect and communicate whatever you need to, whenever and wherever you are.
Commsave provides a range of rewarding benefits to civil servants. These include savings accounts that offer a competitive return, with a dividend of 2.25% paid in 2019, helping employees to achieve financial well-being. All civil servants can join Commsave and DWP employees can have regular savings deducted straight from salary.
Gamma is a leading provider of cloud telephony and UCaaS services in the UK. Gamma’s services include Unified Communications, Cloud PBX, intelligent SIP Trunking, mobile and business-grade connectivity services. All of which are underpinned by a robust and secure network to deliver a seamless and quality assured end-to-end customer experience.
Local Partnerships is jointly owned by the Local Government Association, HM Treasury and the Welsh Government. We are a wholly-owned public sector organisation. We help link central government policy with local delivery, facilitating change by working impartially and collaboratively across all parts of central, local and regional government, and devolved administrations.
We provide professional support directly to local and combined authorities, and deliver national programmes of support, commissioned by central government departments but delivered locally.
At the core of our remit is growing the capacity of local authorities, especially in relation to commercial market awareness and delivering complex projects.
Microlink is Europe’s leading provider of Assistive Technology and disability related management solutions. Our pioneering services in the Education, Public and Private sectors, have positioned us as the most visionary and successful company of our kind.
We drive to empower individuals with or without disabilities to connect, access and achieve their full potential. It is the future we a driving toward and the reason we exist.
The National Audit Office (NAO) is a public sector organisation that is independent of government. We scrutinise public spending for Parliament to help the government in its drive to improve public services, nationally and locally.
The Comptroller and Auditor General (C&AG), Amyas Morse, is an Officer of the House of Commons and leads the NAO. He has statutory authority to examine and report to Parliament on whether departments and the bodies they fund have used their resources efficiently, effectively, and with economy.
We audit the financial statements of all government departments and many other public bodies. Our other work comprises value-for-money reports, investigations and other reviews, most of which are presented to the Committee of Public Accounts. We also provide support for other select committees.
Our work leads to savings and other efficiency gains worth many millions of pounds: £734 million in 2016.