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Public sector spending with Deloitte: 2012 to 2016

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An analysis of government spending with Deloitte from Jan 2012 to Dec 2016, by Spend Network and Open Opps.

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Public sector spending with Deloitte: 2012 to 2016

  1. 1. .... ....Spend Network@ianmakgill @spendnetwork Making sense of the world’s procurement data A UK public sector market analysis
  2. 2. .... ....Spend Network@ianmakgill @spendnetwork Deloitte in UK public sector Spend Network has conducted an analysis of Deloitte’s business with over 330 different public bodies. Analysis covers Central Government, Local Government, NHS (where available) and the Devolved Administrations (where available). Deloitte’s public sector business has grown significantly in the past five years, from £50m in 2012, to £73m in 2016, growth of 32%, a 6.5% CAGR. Spend Network’s analysis was conducted using our unique database of spending and contracts across the public sector. With over 130m lines of data, we know exactly who spent what with whom and what they bought. Spend Network provides bespoke research and intelligence for the public sector market, we work directly with Government, suppliers and investors to help our clients make better decisions.
  3. 3. .... ....Spend Network Deloitte: Public sector turnover £0M £3M £5M £8M £10M J F M A M J J A S O N D J F M A M J J A S O N D J F M A M J J A S O N D J F M A M J J A S O N D J F M A M J J A S O N D 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 @ianmakgill @spendnetwork
  4. 4. .... ....Spend Network Deloitte: Central vs local government turnover £0M £2M £4M £6M £8M J F M A M J J A S O N D J F M A M J J A S O N D J F M A M J J A S O N D J F M A M J J A S O N D J F M A M J J A S O N D 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 @ianmakgill @spendnetwork
  5. 5. .... ....Spend Network Deloitte - Sector (2012-2016) £0M £13M £25M £38M £50M Central Government Local Government NHS Devolved Government NHS publishing is incomplete, we
 estimate that NHS spend is 3x larger. @ianmakgill @spendnetwork
  6. 6. .... ....Spend Network Deloitte - Largest customers - 2016 HAMPSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL DEPARTMENT FOR WORK AND PENSIONS MINISTRY OF DEFENCE DEPARTMENT FOR TRANSPORT HOME OFFICE NATIONAL OFFENDER MANAGEMENT SERVICE CROYDON LONDON BOROUGH COUNCIL DEPARTMENT FOR EDUCATION DEPARTMENT FOR INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH BARTS HEALTH NHS TRUST CENTRAL MANCHSETER UNIVERSITY HOSPITALS NHS FOUNDATION TRUST CABINET OFFICE PETERBOROUGH CITY COUNCIL MANCHESTER CITY COUNCIL HM REVENUE AND CUSTOMS BIRMINGHAM CITY COUNCIL DEPARTMENT FOR ENVIRONMENT, FOOD AND RURAL AFFAIRS £0M £4M £7M £11M £14M @ianmakgill @spendnetwork
  7. 7. .... ....Spend Network Deloitte - Key accounts (2012-2016) £0M £5M £9M £14M £18M MOD HAMPSHIRE DWP CROSSRAIL DFID DFT CROYDON DFE DEFRA BIS HMRC @ianmakgill @spendnetwork
  8. 8. .... ....Spend Network@ianmakgill @spendnetwork Key contracts Buyer Value Start End Framework NHS SUPPLY CHAIN £600,000,000 September 2016 August 2020 Y TRANSPORT FOR LONDON £95,000,000 August 2015 August 2017 Y UNIVERSITY COLLEGE LONDON £40,000,000 April 2015 April 2020 N THE BRITISH BROADCASTING CORPORATION £25,000,000 October 2016 October 2020 Y DRIVER AND VEHICLE LICENSING AGENCY £2,300,000 June 2016 June 2018 N CROWN COMMERCIAL SERVICE £1,800,000 January 2017 September 2017 N DEPARTMENT FOR EDUCATION £1,698,523 December 2016 December 2017 N CROWN COMMERCIAL SERVICE £1,600,000 January 2017 September 2017 N MINISTRY OF JUSTICE. £850,000 April 2016 April 2018 N MINISTRY OF JUSTICE. £580,000 January 2016 January 2018 N GREAT WESTERN HOSPITALS NHS TRUST £500,000 August 2016 October 2017 N COMPETITION AND MARKETS AUTHORITY £500,000 August 2016 August 2020 Y
  9. 9. .... ....Spend Network@ianmakgill @spendnetwork Every tender. Every contract. Every item of spend. Converted into the intelligence you need to grow. Ian Makgill ian@spendnetwork.com

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