Government and public services

Public services matter to all of us. We all want public services to be easy to find, simple to use and deliver what we need. Faced with complex problems and under pressure to do better for less, we work with our government and public sector clients to deliver innovative solutions, achieve better outcomes and deliver value for the taxpayer.

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We are facing unprecedented change in the government and public services landscape. Brexit dominates the agenda with trade and customs, immigration and employment centre stage. The new Industrial Strategy will look at ways to deliver inclusive and place based growth. Added to this, technological changes continue at pace with the moves towards digital and ever greater use of data analytics bringing huge benefits but also greater threats, for example to our cyber security. In the last year, we worked with over 600 government and public sector clients. Our ambition is to provide innovative, workable solutions to deliver transformational change and achieve value for money and results.

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Increasing clinical capacity: How improvements in the out of hospital supply chain means more time for patients

Increasing clinical capacity: How improvements in the out of hospital supply chain means more time for patients

As the pressure of increasing demand alongside financial challenge continues in the NHS there is a broad consensus that, wherever possible, care needs to transfer from the hospital to the community setting. Indeed the Five Year Forward View makes it clear that this is an urgent priority and the expectation is this shift of emphasis will provide better care for patients, cut the number of unplanned bed days in hospitals and reduce costs.

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Higher Education and the changing security threat landscape

Higher Education and the changing security threat landscape

In the Higher Education sector we know that affording employees the freedom they need to excel is at the heart of what universities do. Empowering faculty members and students to explore the world through research and fieldwork, and providing a rich and diverse environment to grow in, is central to a world class learning experience.

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What does global mobility mean for the future of HR functions in Higher Education?

What does global mobility mean for the future of HR functions in Higher Education?

Across a number of sectors, including Higher Education, mobility is becoming the new norm yet few universities have a defined global mobility function with it often falling as an additional responsibility for already stretched finance or more often HR teams. If universities wish to remain agile and to maximise the opportunities of new markets overseas - is this approach fit for the future?

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Quentin Cole
UK Leader of Industry for Government and Health Industries, PwC United Kingdom
Tel: +44 (0)7770 303 846
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