In order to identify cost savings opportunities and efficiencies in public procurement, management first needs better visibility over how much is being spent, on what, with and by whom. The unfortunate reality is that in the public sector spend data is often poorly organized, inappropriately classified, exists in many different systems and is difficult to access. Addressing this ‘data deficit’ can significantly improve management’s ability to drive millions of dollars of incremental value from its spend on bought-in goods and services.
THE SOLUTION: IMPROVED SPEND AND VENDOR VISIBILITY
Spikes Cavell delivers public agencies better spend visibility through a managed service that includes a comprehensive spend data collection and transformation service, an easy-to-use cloud based analytical toolset, user licenses, training and comprehensive support.
The key to transformative changes in public organizations’ is in using a simple process called Public Private Innovations (PPI). The goal of PPI is to continuously discover, introduce and integrate cost-effective, cutting-edge, targeted product technologies from the growth companies that specifically address the weaknesses, challenges and opportunities facing the public sector. This process is getting excellent traction in the federal government. The next step is to bring it to the local and state governments where the rubber meets the road. Please take a few minutes to meet PPI virtually via this video presentation to understand the process and how PPI can work together with you.
Our delivery mechanism is very efficient allowing us to bring this proven methodology, experience and expertise to help Public Sector leadership team drive increased value for their citizens and businesses at a minimal fee with an annual contract.
GOVonomy, headquartered in Silicon Valley, California and with presence in Reston, Virginia, serves the annual $200 billion US public sector technology marketplace. GOVonomy’s goal is to drive increased public value by regularly locating and introducing cost-effective, cutting-edge, targeted product technologies that specifically address the challenges and opportunities facing the public sector. GOVonomy connects public organizations with new technology products and productized services from growth companies and helps arrange strategic discussions, demonstrations and pilots for increased understanding, education, purchasing and integration. As of now GOVonomy has a portfolio of 25+ innovative tech companies and is evaluating an additional 30+. We expect to be over 100+ companies in the next 1-2 years. More information is available at http://www.govonomy.com/.
GOVonomy's Transformation as a Service (TaaS) program based out of Silicon Valley, California is a systematic process for delivering “continuous change” in public and private sectors utilizing transformative technologies focused learning, discussions, demonstrations, pilots and integration.