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Infrastructure, Government & Healthcare 

As trusted advisors to organisations around the world, KPMG firms seek to offer progressive strategies to help address the range of challenges facing the infrastructure, public and healthcare sectors.
How we can help

KPMG network firms' professionals work closely with governments to help raise service delivery efficiencies and revenues, while enhancing the quality of public services.

We draw upon our extensive experience in both the private and public sectors to bring a fresh perspective and offer creative ideas. Our firms' professionals are able to share their experiences across the globe to help generate new approaches.

KPMG's investment in ongoing global research and thought leadership enables the sharing of best practices and public sector insight.

Industry issues

The KPMG Survey of Corporate Responsibility Reporting 2015

Insight: Who controls our infrastructure

This report explores how the world’s largest 250 companies report on carbon in their annual financial and CR reports. It also includes quantitative data on CR reporting trends, covering 4,500 companies across 45 countries.

Collaboration – The future of innovation for the medical device industry

KPMG Transport Tracker - March / April 2015

This report reveals that medical device companies need to embrace more inclusive innovation models, collaborate more frequently and with a broader range of partners, and pursue greater integration with suppliers, development partners and healthcare providers. While there are signs that many companies are moving in this direction, those that lag behind stand to miss out on the rewards that the next wave of innovation will bring.

Insight: Who controls our infrastructure

Insight: Who controls our infrastructure

IFor this edition, our global network of infrastructure professionals sat down with the world's operators, owners, investors and regulators to explore some of the big challenges and trends influencing the debate around control.

KPMG Transport Tracker - March / April 2015

KPMG Transport Tracker - March / April 2015

In this fourth edition, we analyse M&A activities in 2014 and the beginning of 2015, discuss the impact of falling oil prices on transport companies and look into the challenges that the record e-commerce peak season is causing for express logistics companies.