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Government & Public Sector
Government in transformation
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 services that will have lasting impact.
About our global sub-sectors
- Digital Government
Digital Government is a powerful tool to enable the provision of better public services to citizens and businesses. We can provide end-to-end services and consultation for the public sector in implementing Digital Government. From defining Digital Government strategy to the final implementation, with our rich expertise we can fill every element, including strategy development, target group identification and expectation gathering, blueprint creation, process re-engineering, information technology development and audit and implementation.
Our experience and offerings particularly relevant to Digital Government include:
- Conceptualizing Digital Government strategy
- Process and operational re-engineering of Digital Government projects
- IT architecture development of Digital Government portals
- Service and client selection for specifically eProcurement projects
- Implementation, financial valuation as well as impact assessment of Digital Government projects
Contact - Rahul Rishi
Infrastructure investment and development is a top priority for governments globally — an indispensable necessity for poverty reduction, social progress and inclusive economic growth. While rapid urbanization is putting pressure on emerging markets to develop critical new infrastructure, developed economies need to expand existing infrastructure due to aging assets and sustained underinvestment.
With global population expected to reach 8 billion by 2025, infrastructure investments are needed to supply sufficient water, roads, housing and power. Among the issues facing governments are:
- Aging infrastructure
- Predictions of future national transportation gridlock
- Soaring energy and water costs
Governments are also facing challenges in meeting their infrastructure obligations. Infrastructure projects are significant in size, scope, complexity, and in financing arrangements. They also bring increased public scrutiny and more demand for stakeholder engagement.
We provide support from the earliest stages of analysis, from project evaluation to procurement, financial close, construction and operations. We can assist our clients in devising and comparing financial plans and delivery approaches for projects that involve public, federal or private financing, project revenues and/or grants — and provide support to our clients in their implementation of those plans.
Our global award-winning Infrastructure Advisory team of more than 700 dedicated professionals has a strong track record in providing advice across the infrastructure life cycle.
Contact - Bill Banks
Partner og bransjeleder
+47 915 17 251
Jan Wellum Svensen
+47 917 86 531
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