Chen Palmer has 18 years experience in interfacing with government and the government sector, which we draw upon to help organisations. We can give you specialist advice on the "who, what, where, when, why and how" of government to directly advocate to decision-makers. We are adept at providing strategic advice to our clients on how to maximise government relationships and increase your profile with decision-makers.
Chen Palmer are specialists in advising on the “Government rules of sourcing 2013” promulgated by the Ministry of Business Innovation and Employment, which must be met by all core departments and the wider public service. We are experts at advising other agencies who procure, or suppliers who are interested in tendering on the provision of services or goods.
We have experience in helping citizens and businesses to engage effectively with the Government and other stakeholders, including:
- Helping you to identify and communicate your message or issue;
- Identifying and facilitating the development of sustainable and valuable networks both within and outside government;
- Teaching organisations how to work successfully with government;
- Providing strategic advice on how the media, including social media, affects public perceptions of, and therefore public reaction to, your issues; and
- Providing regular media monitoring and analysis relevant to your organisation and interests.
Some of the examples of our work in this area include:
- Helping clients to understand what the Government is really saying about a public law problem, and what the Government can realistically do;
- Providing clients with strategic advice about how to engage effectively with key government decision-makers, giving them an advantage when advocating for policy development;
- Providing regular Parliament, public sector and media monitoring services to enable clients to better strategically orientate themselves when they advocated for law reform; and
- Working with clients to expand their professional networks, in order to build momentum and support for a satisfactory resolution to their public law problem.