Public sector

Unique blueprint solutions that accelerate delivery, increase operational efficiency, and future fit your organisation.

Why start from scratch? Our playbooks can help public sector organisations achieve clarity and focus, delivering morefaster and at a lower cost through our repeatable and consistent methodology.

Vendor and product agnostic, and adaptive to business critical and non-critical services, our playbooks offers simplicity, transparency and control so your Board, stakeholders, business users and programme delivery team can be confident of success.


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Crown Commercial Service supports the public sector to achieve maximum commercial value when procuring common goods and services. In 2019/20, CCS helped the public sector to achieve commercial benefits worth over £1bn – supporting world-class public services that offer best value for taxpayers.

We’ve been named as a supplier on Crown Commercial Service’s (CCS) G-Cloud 13 as well as Digital Outcomes 6 agreement. We are included in Lot 1 – Digital Outcomes where you can access our specialist services to inform your thinking and help you understand the options that will support controlled delivery of your business and digital outcomes.

Click here for case study FAQs – Understanding how the Aitemology® playbooks can help deliver the NHS Digital agenda.

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We partner with Fortrus (a leader in the delivery of digital transformation to the public and private sectors) and are members of the Fortrus Framework.

Traditional procurement routes can be protracted; the Fortrus Framework is a pre-competed, OJEU compliant multi-vendor framework which offers clients such as BT, NHS, PoliceICT and agility of choice and the effective digital transformation solutions they need right here, right now.

Public Services (Social Value) Act

The Public Services (Social Value) Act came into force on 31 January 2013. It requires people who commission public services to think about how they can also secure wider social, economic and environmental benefits. In June 2018, central government announced it would go further and explicitly evaluate social value when awarding most major contracts with a minimum weighting of 10% to be applied.

Our AI-assisted transformation programme delivery with wellbeing support and training modules are wholly aligned with Government social value ambitions, specifically:

Theme 2: Tackling economic inequality to create new jobs and new skills

• Create employment and training opportunities particularly for those who face barriers to employment and/or who are located in deprived areas, and for people in industries with known skills shortages or in high growth sectors.
• Support educational attainment relevant to the contract, including training schemes that address skills gaps and result in recognised qualifications.

Theme 5: Improve health and wellbeing

• Demonstrate action to support health and wellbeing, including physical and mental health, in the contract workforce.
• Implement the 6 standards in the Mental Health at Work commitment including:
• Demonstrate senior ownership and drive board-level accountability, underpinned by a clear governance structure for reporting.
• Routinely monitor employee mental health and wellbeing using available data.
• Seek feedback from your employees and create clear opportunities to make improvements based on feedback.
• Create opportunities for employees to feed back when work design, culture and conditions are driving poor mental health.
• Encourage openness throughout employment so appropriate support can be provided.
• Raise awareness of the resources and tools available.