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Deloitte participates in policy discussions on some of today’s most important socioeconomic challenges, seeking outcomes that serve the public interest. Our global public policy program engages meaningfully with policymakers and key influencers to make an impact that reinforces trust and confidence, and promotes growth and opportunity.  

Deloitte’s public policy voice focuses its attention on priority topics shaping the debate, including: advocating for a financial system that’s safe, transparent and accountable; preparing tomorrow’s workforce and the labor market for the Fourth Industrial Revolution; informing the future of regulation in an era of exponential technological advancement; and supporting a more complete approach to measuring social progress.

The unique breadth of Deloitte’s businesses and the perspectives gained by working with clients, community programs and other key stakeholders—including investors, regulators and professional bodies—inform Deloitte’s voice and channel our efforts to foster dialogue for an inclusive, consistent and forward-looking public policy agenda.

Deloitte people help advance these issues by working with key stakeholders within country and supranational organizations, such as:

  • Group of 20 (G20) and its engagement group, the Business 20 (B20);
  • Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD), including Business at OECD (BIAC);
  • United Nations (UN);
  • World Trade Organization (WTO);
  • Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation Forum (APEC); and
  • The German Marshall Fund of the United States (GMF).

Deloitte Global Public Policy is supported by member firm public policy programs active at both local and regional levels. This approach allows Deloitte to coordinate its public policy activities and positions across geographies and businesses, amplifying its impact and influence.

Coming Jan. 2019


David Barnes
Leader, Deloitte Global Public Policy

David Gruner
Senior Manager, Deloitte Global Public Policy

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