Governments are grappling with growing citizen demand to deliver ‘always on’ services. This challenge is accentuated by increasing budget pressures and the need to connect often disparate legacy technologies across multiple platforms.
By placing the customer, and the citizen, at the heart of what we do, we are able to deliver powerful solutions. We aren't afraid to challenge the status quo and introduce innovative commercial models, sharing the risk and objectives, while providing
you with the confidence and assurance you need.
We work to help you to reimagine your public services, as well as your internal operations to translate policy and outcomes into a practical digital journey for the benefit of government and citizens.
We have a multidisciplinary breadth of expertise across central government including:
We support you in frontline public services and applications for Government services.
We deliver specialist identity services direct to citizens nationwide.
We offer specialist platforms and services for the recruitment, retention and accreditation of your people.
We can help you transform the management of people and places, such as estates and inspections.
We provide specialist financial services on your behalf including pensions administrations and collections.
We help transform your business support operations with management capabilities including digital services access, automation and secure desktop managed services.
Sopra Steria has been awarded a contract by new client Transport for London (TfL) to develop a new control room system to tackle some of the biggest issues facing the capital, such as congestion and road danger.
It was a day to mark the opening of The Ben Kinsella Trust’s second anti- knife crime exhibition in the UK, as well as Sopra Steria proudly announcing their strategic partnership with the charity, along with their joint ventures Shared Services Connected Ltd and NHS Shared Business Services.
We are told that government is transforming itself. The public sector is changing into a ‘public purpose’ sector. More of the service outcomes we expect should be co-produced, across complex delivery chains, which are more connected and collaborative. Success often depends on nudging the behaviours of citizens, communities and businesses.
Business Unit Director - Central Government