Public Sector

At Deloitte we provide consulting, financial advisory, tax and audit services to central and local government, government agencies and not for profit organisations. We work with clients in diverse sectors, including defence, security, health, education and transport.

Insights

Transport in the Digital Age

Change is coming to transportation, whether we’re ready for it or not. You can see it in public sector investment in intelligent streets and digital railways, automakers’ focus on next-generation vehicles and smart mobility services, and in the widening recognition that the “information everywhere” world will utterly disrupt the transportation status quo.

Analysis

Tech Trends 2015

In our latest public sector technology trends report we examine eight current technology trends shaping the future of government today. The implications range from new approaches to application programming interfaces to the dramatic impact that connectivity and analytics are having on digital interactions with citizens. Within government, the effects span the evolving role of the public sector CIO to changing IT skill sets and delivery models, and beyond.

Insights

The digital policing journey: From concept to reality

Police forces today face increasing public expectations and scrutiny, ever more complex criminal threats, and a growing need to integrate service delivery with other agencies. They must deliver improved services despite facing the deepest budget cuts in a generation.

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Services

Charities and Not for Profit

Deloitte is the adviser of choice for the Charities and Not for Profit sector and offers a wide range of services to organisations within this sector.

Perspectives

Skills 2020: developing skills for the future

Ministers rely on the UK Civil Service to deliver their policy objectives and every UK citizen relies on it to run our country – so the skills and capability of civil servants matter to us all. Whatever the next administration decides on Civil Service reform, it should ask whether its plans will meet the needs of Government in 2020 and beyond.

People

Mike Turley

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Rebecca George OBE

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Ian Washington

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Perspectives

Thoughts from the centre blog

A personal take on topical issues impacting the Healthcare and Life Sciences sector powered by Deloitte’s UK Centre for Health Solutions.