Supplier Governance for the GovernmentDOWNLOAD WHITEPAPER
Government and public sector organizations rely heavily on external suppliers to provide core services such as IT, logistics, facilities management and construction. The timely delivery of such services critically impacts the departments’ ability to function.
With billions of dollars of taxpayer money at stake, government agencies are expected to exercise oversight and have adequate governance infrastructure to ensure that value is being realized from these arrangements. Unfortunately, numerous audits by bodies such as the Government Accountability Office, National Audit Office, and Auditor General of Québec have unveiled serious deficiencies in their ability to manage services contracts resulting in quality impairments, delays and cost overruns. Prevailing approaches to managing contracts and suppliers tend to be manual and reactive, and are hampered by poor coordination between internal stakeholders (procurement, IT, finance and legal) and external parties (suppliers, sub-contractors).
Business processes (e.g. finance & accounting, HR, call centers)
IT (e.g. data centers, cloud infrastructure, application management, end-user computing, etc.)
“Sirion has improved supplier performance and service quality.”
“We chose Sirion due to its advanced capabilities for managing complex services contracts post-award.”
“DfT’s initiative for integrated management of contracts combines Sirion’s technology with industry best practices.”
Sirion offers an AI-driven, integrated platform for public sector organizations to manage contracts, performance, invoices and relationships in buy-side services contracts.