How it Works


Public Sector Shared Challenges

Are you facing a challenge that is shared by multiple organisations like yours and can it be solved digitally? If so, then CC2i is a proven way to get things done, sharing both the risk and the budget with minimal demand on scarce resources.

Public Sector Shared Solutions

If you have a solution that addresses a priority within the public sector and would benefit from co-design and co-funding to adapt it for the challenges being experienced across the sector, the CC2i approach can help you drive product development and scale.

Step 1. The Challenge

What is the challenge? Why is it a priority and is it shared by multiple public sector organisations?

Step 2. Scoping

Working together we begin to pin down the issues, detail the business case, scope the market and understand what it will take to get a group together to co-design, test and deploy a solution.

Step 3. Co-Funding

Once we have an agreed 'pitch', we start to promote it to the relevant networks and stakeholders to get a diverse group of public sector bodies together.​

Step 4. Project Phase

Led by the technology provider, the collaboration begins to co-design and build the agreed solution using agile discovery and development phases.

Step 5. Delivery

The solution is signed off by all and deployed to the co-funding partners - one key element of the CC2i approach is that co-funders always benefit for stepping up and getting involved.

Step 6. Scale/Sales

CC2i goes forth to multiply! In the process of getting the initial co-fund together, we will speak to numerous bodies which lays the foundation to scale the resulting solution more widely.

“Working with other local authorities and industry professionals in early exploration of ideas and direction was a refreshing start to a project. There were clear benefits from the outset, including the much smaller outlay and risk compared with procuring a solution alone. But softer benefits that emerged during the collaboration can also not be underestimated; this has been a highly engaging opportunity, generating creative ideas and encouraging a broader consideration of options. Involvement has offered tangible benefits in terms of a good value product option, also improving insight into our localised needs and how these might be best met. The process was well facilitated by knowledgeable, friendly, open individuals; all of which helped us bring service user groups into the co-design activity.”
Jemma Horrocks
Quality Assurance Officer, Lincolnshire County Council