The future of public services

The future of public services

We’ve engaged in a series of thought experiments, as our staff imagine new ways for government to achieve public policy objectives.

Reimagining the future of public services

Let's Reimagine...

We’ve engaged in a series of thought experiments, as our staff imagine new ways for government to achieve public policy objectives.  

This might mean building services around the user rather than the provider. Or drawing on the huge potential of data and digital technologies. Or tapping into the power of markets, new incentives, transparency, or the wisdom of crowds. In every case, it involves fresh ideas.

We imposed three rules. Ideas must be designed to produce better public outcomes without increasing the burden on the taxpayer. They must align with the government’s philosophy and headline policies. And they must be realistic and deliverable.

But within these rules we want to step outside conventional thinking, and test out new ideas.  What do you think?

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KPMG’s new-look website

KPMG’s new-look website

Reimagine staff management

Ways to give public servants more flexible careers, whilst stimulating economies.

 
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Reimagine reducing reoffending

How the introduction of a Prisoner Performance Manager could help to reduce reoffending

 
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Reimagine Transport

KPMG mapped out a journey and considered how things work now and how they might develop.

 
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Reimagine more personalised services for citizens

Digital technology offers the public sector opportunities to shape services for citizens.

 
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Reimagine Healthcare

Inspire, encourage and offer ideas to reimagine the challenges healthcare faces.

 
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Reimagine Local Government

Our brightest people are reimagining public services in this new future.

 
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Reimagine Education

How to work in different ways on different things with different people in the Education sector.

 
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Reimagine Policing

We look at ways to reimagine policing services, drawing on stories from outside organisations and other countries.

 
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