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Government & Public Services
Designed for impact
Deloitte’s Government & Public Services practice—our people, ideas, technology, and outcomes—is designed for impact. Our team of over 15,000+ professionals across the country brings fresh perspective to help you anticipate disruption, reimagine the possible, and fulfill your mission promise. Whether you are at the crossroads of artificial intelligence (AI) and workforce transformation, cyber and IT modernization or digital and citizen experience—we bring actionable insights to drive bold and lasting results. Our shared purpose and passion help you make an impact and improve the lives of citizens.
Our Center for Government Insights produces groundbreaking research to help government solve its most complex problems.
People designed for impact
Work with a purpose. We have a passion for serving and providing innovative outcomes that help the government make an impact and improve citizens’ lives.
Deloitte’s people are designed for impact with the goal to improve our communities’ greatest challenges through STEM education, public health and well-being, and workforce development.
Watch the videos below to look deeper at our commitment to positively impact our community:
- Supporting STEM education: Deloitte’s Digitally Inclined, in collaboration with BUILD DC, helps underrepresented groups take steps to succeed in a STEM field. Discover how Deloitte helps communities build a brighter future.
- Supporting public health and well-being: For ten years, FAIR Girls has helped girls escape human trafficking. Learn more about Deloitte's commitment to the mission.
- Supporting workforce development: VetImpact and Rakkasan Tea company develop economic opportunities for Veteran entrepreneurs and communities affected by war. See how Deloitte helps Veteran entrepreneurs turn passion into businesses.
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