Procurement functions need to extend their activities and take on a more strategic role within the organisation.
Efficient and well directed infrastructure spending will boost economic growth and make NZ an attractive place to do business
Implementing ideas from the commercial sector helps channel resources more effectively.
Skills shortages in government can be more acute than in the private sector.
Financial management in government is in transition. Reporting, accounting and auditing are changing in several fundamental ways.
Nick Chism, KPMG Leader for Global Infrastructure, on the challenge of infrastructure development.
Social media and the future of public sector service delivery. Web 2.0/Gov 2.0 for better decision-making and effectiveness.
Many Government departments are re-evaluating their strategies and their use of KPIs,benchmarking and the balanced scorecard.
An estimated U.S. $40 trillion is to be spent worldwide on infrastructure projects before 2030
Using technology and market-based service delivery to transform government services.
Public sector performance has never been under more scrutiny, with increasing community and political expectations.