Australia

Justice & Security 

Justice and security is fundamental to the maintenance of safe, secure and successful communities in which to live and work.

Penny Armytage

Penny Armytage

National Sector Leader, Justice & Security

+61 3 9288 6456

 

Justice & Security Global Centre of Excellence

We have deep global industry experience across the entire justice and security sector, including cyber security. Find out how we help our clients.

Government

KPMG works with all levels of government (federal, state, local, agencies) to help them respond to policy and service delivery challenges.

Investigations

We investigate possible fraud in data collection and analysis, accounting irregularities, and violations of anti-bribery and corruption guidelines.

Whether it is government agencies, police, emergency management, courts and tribunals, corrections, prisons or probation services, organisations within the justice and security sectors are striving to be lean and dynamic, adopt appropriate technologies, while minimising risk and complying with complex legislative frameworks.


Improving performance and impact while reducing cost remains a critical challenge as does building organisational capability, developing leaders and driving real cultural change.


How we can help

KPMG is experienced in supporting transformational change across core business operations, driving cost out and performance up.

 

Our services include:

 

  • reducing cost and improving efficiency, performance and service delivery
  • making the best use of the private and third sectors – divesting, outsourcing and collaborating
  • supporting major IT change, through development of IT strategy, requirements definition, vendor selection and implementation assurance
  • developing organisational capability
  • implementation and compliance with legislation and regulations
  • tackling bribery and corruption.

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