FPL Advisory is a team of specialists resolving risks and creating opportunities with respect to government. We work with public sector and corporate clients to execute strategies for owning and managing change.
March 2020 update: In response to the COVID-19 emergency, the FPL Advisory office is closed until further notice and our staff are working remotely. Our service to clients remains uninterrupted and please contact your relevant team member as required and for new inquiries, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Our expert team has an intuitive understanding of both private and public sector processes and priorities, and a reputation for working with the right people to get things done on time, within budget and with integrity.
We have or currently support clients across the spectrum including not-for-profit bodies, listed firms, privately held companies, government agencies and industry associations. Our case studies provide further detail on some specific activities we have undertaken.
How and why are things changing, what is the appetite for change within a broader environment, and how can you target your efforts to achieve most impact? Understanding the state of play is important to achieve your goals.
Ineffective, inconsistent or a lack of communication affects an organisation’s ability to proactively influence policy and can impact on your social license to operate. Develop systems to deliver consistent messaging and build the profile of your organisation.
With so many government grant and incentive programs, it’s hard to know where limited personnel and resources should be directed for maximum value. Get in early and bring stakeholders along the journey with you.
No one can predict the future but you can prepare for it. Assessing potential government decisions and understanding how and where changes in policy will impact an organisation is key to minimising adverse outcomes and maximising opportunities.
GovernmentRisk360® is a proprietary methodology of FPL Advisory to systematically capture risks that arise from government activity to inform an organisation’s strategic decision-making.
FPL articles responding to current policies and issues.