Procurement consultancy 4C Associates has been successfully awarded the Management Consultancy Framework 3 Contract, to provide management consultancy services for UK central government departments and all other public sector bodies.
The multi-Lot Framework Agreement is used by UK public sector bodies and future successor organisation, which includes Central Government Departments and their arm’s length bodies and agencies, the wider public sector and third sector including local government, health, education, police, fire and rescue, housing associations and charities. This Framework Agreement replaces the Management Consultancy Framework and Management Consultancy Framework Two.
“We are proud to announce that 4C Associates have been successful in two Lots and we are now part of Management Consultancy Framework 3, giving us the opportunity to be considered for public sector contracts. Our team are specialists in delivering value even in tight timescales and complex environments- we understand how to overcome issues often faced within public sector environments and we are looking forward to building on this legacy”, says Mark Ellis, Managing Partner at 4C Associates.
4C Associates deliver effective business results across a wide range of sectors, working work forward-thinking businesses who want to collaborate closely and implement long-term sustainable improvements together, including public sector organisations across Central Government, Local Authorities and the Health Sector to improve front and back-office services across their organisations, as well as help with internal and external stakeholders and third-party suppliers to ensure total cost of ownership for the tax payer and the public purse.
“4C’s Public Sector team’s extensive knowledge and Chief Executive-level experience gives us a deep understanding of the sector’s rapidly changing nature, how to make the most of the opportunities that exist with the statutory regulations and the importance of customer, cost and culture. And we are delighted to be on Management Consultancy Framework 3”, added Mark Ellis.