Government and Public Sector Services

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Governmental authorities at all levels are significantly affected by a range of global developments, such as the recent financial crisis, urbanisation, demographic challenges and heightened security concerns. Such global development trends shape the strategic plans adopted by governments to foster sustainable economic growth, and ensure the prosperity and well-being of citizens and businesses. Everywhere today, all of us – both within our firm and among our clients – find ourselves in an entirely unfamiliar environment of uncertainty, instability and sweeping change. The new reality is becoming a fact of life and our common future.

Competition between countries, and individual regions and cities is intensifying. The inflow of investment in infrastructure development reveals the global potential and competitive advantages of new economic agglomerations that are appearing on the map of the world. At the same time, cooperation between the public, private and non-profit sectors is taking on a global scale and becoming more active. In this context, government leaders face a number of critical challenges, including managing stakeholder relations and supporting an open dialogue based on trust.

At PwC, we can help national and local governments to better understand and effectively respond to the complex challenges they face. Over 12,500 PwC professionals in over 158 countries help governments, ministries, educational institutions and international governmental organisations improve their operational efficiency.

Our mission

The development of governmental bodies and organisations to improve the quality of public services and ensure sustainable development, widespread prosperity and balanced budgets through fostering cooperation among all stakeholders on an innovative basis.

Our principles and guidelines

  • an efficient regulatory framework that make markets work;
  • citizen and consumer-oriented public services;
  • efficient management and reporting;
  • management of stakeholder relations through trust and engagement;
  • transparent reporting mechanisms and an open dialogue with citizens;
  • an integrated approach to opportunities and risks;
  • effective control that ensures delivery of results;
  • recruitment of promising talent;
  • promoting clusters as a regional development tool;
  • development of an innovation-driven economy.