KPMG

Company: KPMG

Website: http://www.kpmg.com/US/en/Pages/default.aspx

KPMG is a global network of professional firms providing advisory, audit and tax services. In the United States, we provide services from over 90 offices covering clients in all 50 states. We have a significant presence in California employing over 2,800 professionals.

 

KPMG’s Government and Public Sector Practice

Government entities are charged with serving their constituencies and preserving the public trust. KPMG’s Government and Public Sector practice devotes their time to serving our more than 2,500 public sector clients.

We offer a unique value to our government clients, in that we understand both the financial, programmatic, and technical sides of our clients’ business. Our Government Advisory team brings leading practices and recommendations to government entities to achieve efficiencies and high performance in their programs, policies, processes, and information technology systems.

Our clients understand that KPMG’s insights and guidance will help them to better understand market dynamics and address the root causes of the complex challenges affecting their businesses. What’s more, they can count on our relentless execution to help get the job done right.

Our advisory professionals also provide a broad array of services to help governments to establish sustainable improvements to performance, operations, and quality of service. These services include:

Business process reengineering and improvement

Strategic planning

Organizational change/transformation

Enterprise Architecture

Risk assessment

Project and program management

System integration/implementations

Compliance support

Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP)

Performance Management and BI

IT governance, strategy and performance

Policy support

Quality assurance/independent verification and validation


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