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The federal government, cantons, cities and municipalities find themselves faced with new challenges on a daily basis. Rising expectations from their citizens are prompting them to assign new responsibilities on the one hand while, on the other, they are under constant pressure to cut costs in order to stretch the limited financial resources they have at their disposal.
Over the past few years, international and domestic tax competition has prompted politicians to introduce tax-cutting measures and reject potential tax hikes. Moreover, citizens and their representatives expect public authorities to provide their services both professionally and with a focus on the people. This situation thus poses the following concrete challenges:
KPMG looks at the issues and trends relevant to the public sector. These then serve as a basis for deriving the possible courses of action and developing tailored services.
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Optimization of municipal procurement
Public Governance Summer 2014
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Municipal procurement in transition
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