KPMG case studies which illustrate how island governments are confronting 21st century challenges with bold and innovative approaches.
Around the world, government and public sector organizations are facing a multitude of pressures from fiscal sustainability to deteriorating infrastructure and public pressure to deliver quality healthcare to aging populations. How governments choose to address these challenges impact every part of a country’s economy. KPMG’s Global Government, Infrastructure and Healthcare practices work to deliver meaningful results through a deep understanding of the issues, an intimate appreciation of how the public sector works, and global and local insight into the cultural, social and political environment.
KPMG is a leader in the provision of a broad range of Government, Infrastructure and Healthcare advisory services with practical, hands-on local experience with insight from our global network to help our clients implement transformational strategies, economically, efficiently and effectively.
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