Government & Public Sector

Doing more with less

Policy-makers are operating in a rapidly-changing world. Shifting demographics, urbanization and climate change are just a few of the long-term and systemic trends reshaping 21st century government.

And with finances tight, growth stalling and unemployment high, the legacy of the financial crisis continues to play out across borders.

Our Government & Public Sector practice aims to be the preferred partner in driving transformational change for governments around the world. In countries large and small, developed and emerging, we understand the issues and can provide you solutions that will have lasting impact.

About our global sub-sectors

We help governments facing a changing world.

Global solutions




Contact us

EY-Uschi Schreiber Uschi Schreiber
Global Sector Leader

Global Government & Public Sector Centre
+852 6119 3349

Follow @UschiSchreiber on Twitter

Contact a member of our global team.
EY-Uschi Schreiber

Uschi Schreiber leads EY's Global Government & Public Sector Center - more than 7,000 people across mature and emerging markets. She is working with Governments around the world on solving complex systemic problems and brings a global perspective to the public sector debate. She is based in New York.

Uschi previously led EY’s Australia and New Zealand Government practice and was also the Deputy CEO of EY in Oceania. She is a former Director-General, Deputy Director-General and Cabinet Secretary of delivery and central agency Government departments in Australia.

Click here for Uschi's videos:

Find out more about Uschi here.

Connect with us

Stay connected with us through social media, email alerts or webcasts. Or download our EY Insights app for mobile devices.

Follow our leaders on Twitter:

Citizen Today: the case for change

EY - Citizen Today: Managing change in education and police systems

In our latest edition, we look at managing change. How can technology improve education systems? And how can police forces implement reforms?

Read past issues here.