KPMG is a global network of professional firms providing audit, tax, and advisory services. We operate in 155 countries and have more than 158,000 people working in member firms around the world. 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 in our offices in Sacramento, San Francisco, Santa Clara, Woodland Hills, Cypress, Los Angeles, Orange County, and San Diego.

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 serves more than 2,500 public sector clients, aiding governments in meeting their responsibilities. 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 advisory professionals also provide a broad array of services to help governments at the enterprise, program, and function levels establish sustainable improvement to performance, operations, and quality of service. These services include:

  • Business process reengineering and improvement
  • Strategic planning
  • Organizational change/transformation
  • Enterprise Architecture
  • Risk assessments, training and education
  • Project and program management
  • System integration/implementations (including Commercial?Off?The?Shelf and custom development)
  • Regulatory and compliance support
  • Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) Technology
  • Performance Management, Business intelligence and reporting
  • IT governance, Strategy and Performance
  • Policy support
  • Forensic technology services
  • Quality assurance/independent verification and validation

Posted By KPMG

Case Study: Government Procurement Transformation: How to Create a Practical Strategy for Success by KPMG

Where does all the money go? State and local government agencies have been asking this age-old question for years. The key to understanding the best way to manage this process comes from a modern and practical procurement process.
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White Paper: Better Data, Better Government by KPMG

Effective use of data and analytics can help government at all levels deliver improved citizen services and outcomes.
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