New case studies added

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There have been more case studies added to the site over the last few days. These are:

Partners for Change: North Ayrshire

North Ayrshire Council took part in the Partners for Change process in order to strengthen its relationship with the Third Sector and to take collaboration to the next level.
North Lanarkshire Council: Purchasing from the Third Sector

This special case study briefing examines North Lanarkshire Council’s purchasing from the third sector. The information contained in this paper is drawn from an analysis of all Council spending on external suppliers, including the examination of over 5,000 supplier records and accompanying financial transactions.
Partners for Change – Fife Early Years Service

In the first half of 2013, Fife Council, in conjunction with members of its Early Years Strategy Group from NHS Fife and the Third Sector, participated in the Partners for Change process to review delivery of Early Years services in Fife and explore the opportunities to involve the Third Sector earlier and more deeply in the planning and delivery of Early Years services.
Championing Social Value – Brendan Hurrell

Brendan joined Inverclyde Council in 2010 as its Corporate Procurement Manager. He was a member of the first ever Partners for Change Programme in Scotland. This is a tried and tested process of securing better local outcomes through improved collaboration with the third sector. The programme is supported by the Ready for Business programme with funding from The Scottish Government. Brendan found this process and the learning that came out has informed his current approach to procurement within Inverclyde Council.

All of these case studies and more can be found here.