Our clients

Our clients include not for profits, local, state and federal government agencies and social enterprises in areas of human rights, human services and the environment.

WestWood Spice is a member of the following Panels. If your agency is eligible to use these panel arrangements, please contact us to discuss your requirements.

Australian Government Panels

  • Department of Prime Minister and Cabinet – Collaborative Evaluation, Research and Planning Panel
  • Department of Employment – Research and Evaluation Services Panel
  • Department of Social Services – Research, Evaluation and Data Panel
  • Department of Education – Business Improvement Consulting Panel
  • Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency – Business Services Panel

NSW Government Panels

  • NSW Department of Finance & Services – Performance and Management Services Prequalification Scheme
  • Local Government Amalgamation initiative – Supplier Panel

Local Councils Panels

  • Georges River Conduct Reviewers Panel

  • Australian Human Rights Commission
  • Department of Social Services
  • Department of Veterans Affairs
  • Medicare Locals
  • Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse

  • Advocate for Children and Young People
  • Department of Family and Community Services (FACS)
  • Department of Health –
  • Agency for Clinical Innovation
  • FACS – Ageing Disability and Home Care
  • FACS – Housing NSW
  • Insurance and Care NSW
  • Legal Aid NSW
  • Multicultural NSW
  • NSW Ombudsman
  • NSW Trustee and Guardian

  • City of Sydney
  • City of Ryde
  • Leichhardt Municipal Council
  • Marrickville Council
  • Willoughby City Council

What our clients say

WestWood Spice were the obvious choice to assist in the customer service initiative as they are very experienced in the disability field – they understand the issues that support organisations face on a day-to-day basis as well as understanding the broader policy context in which we operate. 

Ruth and Gillian demonstrated an exceptional ability to engage with staff across all levels of our organisation and provided the unique opportunity for staff to reflect on their understanding of good service delivery in the FRANS context, what factors have an impact on the quality of the services we deliver, the challenges to providing great service, and brainstorming strategies to overcome/manage some of these challenges.

I would recommend WestWood Spice to any organisation wanting advice and guidance on how to provide exceptional services under the NDIS.

Jerry McNamara, FRANS INC

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