NS&I Government Payment Services (NS&I GPS) exhibited at the Civil Service Live conference, key themes and meeting John Manzoni

NS&I GPS exhibited at the two day Civil Service Live conference in
London on 17 and 18 July 2018. Highlights included meeting John Manzoni,
Chief Executive of the Civil Service, at our stand and talking with him
about our clients and our transformational banking and payment services for

The conference focused on the Civil Service vision of A Brilliant Civil Service that supports government in delivering high quality services for the public. The key themes of the conference were:

Improved Outcomes

Focus on how government departments can build trust and deliver the best
results through efficient services designed around user needs. The topics
included best practice in public service delivery and the skills and
approaches required to achieve improved outcomes.

Skilled People

A look at how the Civil Service is investing in its people to ensure they
are high performing, and how staff can continue to develop the skills they
need to meet the demands of a modern Civil Service through Civil Service
Learning opportunities.

Effective Leadership

Great leadership is key to an effective and efficient Civil Service. This
theme provided opportunities for civil servants to explore and share
experiences of leadership. Some ideas that came from the session included
‘adopt a long term big picture view’ and how the inclusive leadership style
involving collaboration and asking team members for their views ‘can make a
difference to the level of innovation and collaboration of a team.’

A Great Place to Work

Working environments tend to thrive when they encourage innovation and
excellence; and when they are inclusive, flexible and connected. By
creating this type of environment, we can ensure we continue to deliver
operational excellence and focus on the customer experience, while creating
a great place to work.

“We were very pleased to attend and contribute to the Civil Service
Live conference as we want our Civil Service colleagues to understand
how strong our offer is and how we can help to deliver their policy
Dax Harkins, B2B Director

Our stand was very busy and we made a number of new contacts at the
conference and enjoyed meeting clients, stakeholders and potential clients.
We distributed our NS&I GPS brochure, our client case studies on the
Court Funds Office and Home Office Payment Processing Services, and
increased our social media followers.

“The conference has been a really useful way to raise awareness of
NS&I GPS and meet a number of our existing clients and key
Mark Vasey, Head of Sales, NS&I GPS

NS&I GPS supplies modern, secure and highly competitive banking and
innovative payment solutions for government departments including the Home
Office, HMRC and the Ministry of Justice. For HMRC we deliver the Help to
Save service. Under the Childcare Service ‘umbrella’ we work with HMRC to
deliver Tax-Free Childcare and the 30 hours free childcare scheme.

Our services include:

  • Banking and payment services
  • Digital transformation
  • Identity checks and authentication
  • Delivering policy products for government

Our achievements:

  • £2.4 billion funds under management for the Court Funds Office (2017)
  • £382 million value of payments processed for Home Office Payment
    Processing Services per annum (2017)

As NS&I GPS is part of government, our ‘Crown to Crown’ engagement
enables speed to market procurement involving early collaborative
discussions to deliver services which meet departmental needs.

We believe we can help many more government departments to efficiently
implement policy and maximise budgets in order to deliver transformational
banking and payment services.

Contact us for more information.

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