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Accenture’s work with state and local government agencies across California reflects our commitment to helping our clients achieve high performance. Over 4,500 Accenture employees live and work in California delivering consulting, technology and outsourcing services, and are proud to help their clients make a difference in the lives of the people they serve.

Accenture is dedicated to working with California governments to develop creative ways to enhance performance and implement cost-effective initiatives that bring value to citizens.

  • In Northern California, we employ 3,000+ professionals to serve clients in the region's major industries, including some of the Bay Area's most prominent companies and some of the state’s largest agencies.
  • In Southern California, we employ nearly 1,600 professionals who have worked with 16 of the 25 largest public companies in Los Angeles, two-thirds of the Fortune 500 companies headquartered in Southern California, and the most populous county in the country.

As a technology leader and digital innovator, Accenture has built a 50+ year history of collaborating with clients to help them become high-performance governments. Our clients span the full range of industries around the world and include 91 of the Fortune Global 100 and more than three-quarters of the Fortune Global 500. We’ve implemented some of the largest and most successful projects within the state, bringing the experience we’ve gained from thousands of projects annually to deliver innovative solutions for California and an appreciation for its specific project management standards and implementation complexities. For more information visit www.accenture.com/California.

Join us to learn about Accenture’s groundbreaking research findings on the 6 fundamental human needs that inspire workers’ potential, see a demo of Workdays’ VIBE Index™, and hear, firsthand, about the steps trailblazing State executives – Kathleen Webb, Chief Deputy Director, DMV and Nicole Griffith, Benefits Chief, CalHR –are taking to create new strategies, opportunities and environments that leave their employees—and their businesses—“net better off”.
Join Accenture and Workday for our 3rd of 5 educational sessions on the Future of Work, with a technical “deep dive” on Workday’s architecture and Accenture’s new deployment offering for State entities, the California Gold Tenant, to learn how you can leverage these tools and accelerators to jumpstart your HR project - it’s a game changer!
Join Accenture and Workday in the second session of our “Future of Work” education series, “Engaging a Modern Workforce with Workday”. Special guest, Rachael McCord, Assistant Deputy Director, HR, will kick off the event by sharing Covered CA’s journey, speaking to process changes made, organizational readiness and lessons learned, followed by a robust functional demo by Dennis Rodgers from Workday.
Join Accenture, Workday, and many of your peers in a five-session Educational Series focused on the "Future of Work" in a post pandemic world. The series kicks off with a session focused on what several State leaders are doing today to make the transition to a new workforce in a virtual environment.
Two years ago, Accenture presented a vision for using virtual reality (VR) in child welfare. That came to life as the Accenture Virtual Experiences Solution.
Solution includes modular components to fit varying public health authorities’ needs and priorities
State leaders are focused on managing their organizations to deliver on the highest priority outcomes. The pandemic and the economic impact have accelerated the need for reimagined performance management. Join us on September 10th at 10am for a 90 minute conversation with our esteemed panel as they share considerations, steps to take, lessons learned from the perspective of the different state departments they lead.
Change at warp speed... or so it feels. The Coronavirus has significantly impacted the way we live, the way we work and, even, the way we interact with our customers and colleagues. To that end, State leaders are focused on changes in the workplace, the way employees work, and how to effectively manage those changes to minimize angst and disruption. Join us on August 6th at 10am for an hour-long conversation with several State executives as they share insights, considerations, steps to take, and lessons learned, all from the perspective of the different departments they lead.
We invite you to join us on Thursday, April 23 from 12 - 1pm for a Virtual Microsoft Teams Training.
Interactive networking and education session about the future of Call Centers on November 19th! We will discuss trends, technologies and the CX Maturity Model.
A look at what's ahead for the future of business, technology and design.
The post-digital era is upon us.
The following panel discussion will be held at the California Public Sector CIO Academy on Tuesday February 26 at 2:30 pm. View the complete event agenda here.
Government: Are you Agile ready?
People First. Breakthrough Outcomes.
Learn from the Leaders
Embrace a new innovation mindset. Re-engineer the citizen experience.
Tech Vision 2018: Explore 5 trends that are shaping the future of society.
Business today consume IT at several speeds all at once. Innovation and digital disruption require quick response, legacy systems call for deliberate care and shifting operating models need a pace of change somewhere in between.
Leading commercial organizations are delivering exceptional customer experiences. These digitally enabled, personalized experiences are improving service quality, driving down delivery cost and strengthening customer engagement and satisfaction. And, increasingly, people are looking for the same kinds of personalized experiences when they interact with government.
Among the foremost missions of government is to improve the delivery of public services and meet the rising expectations of citizens. Our research, based on a survey of global public service technology leaders, reveals that intelligent technologies are already playing a pivotal role in helping agencies achieve this mission—and expectations of future gains are high.
From Apple to Uber, digital darlings are disrupting their industries with platforms. These data-powered business models rely on others outside the company to create value for the business. It’s one of the most profound disruptive changes in the global macroeconomic environment since the Industrial Revolution—and it’s coming to a government near you.
Health and human services is shifting to a coordinated health and social care system that addresses the behavioral and social determinants of health and well-being. Consider this: Accenture Citizen Pulse Survey results reveal that 63 percent of U.S. citizens think their family’s needs would be better met if publicly funded health-care and human services programs were more coordinated.
Rather than a comprehensive digital rollout, Disney had previously released piecemeal streaming and rewards solutions with little success. Until they called Fjord. We worked with Disney to create a seamless experience that would allow its users to redeem digital copies, purchase titles, earn rewards and stream films across multiple devices simultaneously. We also synced titles previously purchased with iTunes, Amazon and VUDU into a single app for a seamless, digital Disney movie experience.
Most businesses have a strategy for adopting cloud services, but struggle during the actual migration because they don't have a clear roadmap. Based on our experience helping companies migrate to the cloud, Accenture’s Brian Sullivan shares six best practices that could benefit any organization.
In a digital world, challenges and opportunities emerge rapidly. Historically, governments have viewed their IT function as a cost center with little connection to the “business” of public service delivery. These days, IT is at the heart of how state and local governments are meeting citizens’ expectations and delivering public value.
Health and human services organizations are in the business of providing social and wellness services to people in need. But how can services for people be truly effective if they are not designed together with people?
A recent Accenture Public Services Pulse Survey of more than 1,000 U.S. citizens (147 from California) revealed that citizens today are more engaged digitally than many in government assume. The survey shows that citizens are ready and willing to interact digitally with government, but are waiting for government agencies to get back to basics and make the experience simple, clear, secure and efficient. They want their transactions transparent and centered on their needs.