The pressure on government is intensifying, driven by global markets forces and the challenge of meeting growing demands for better, more personalised services with shrinking funds.

Michael Hiller

Michael Hiller

National Leader, Infrastructure, Government & Healthcare

+61 7 3233 3299

Meg Downie

Meg Downie

Director, Government

+61 3 9288 5813


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Future State 2030

Future State 2030
We explore how governments must respond to the global megatrends driving change into 2030.

KPMG understands the unique needs of the public sector today, and we offer targeted advice that can help governments achieve policy reform and change the way services are delivered.


We’ve worked closely with all levels of government for many years and our people have a deep understanding of the environment, culture, policies and procedures of government.


Our dedicated teams operate in each jurisdiction, and our industry focus includes:



How we can help

We’ve helped governments introduce major financial management and service delivery reforms and worked on large-scale initiatives in the health and aged care sectors. KPMG has acted as a key adviser on restructuring the energy and transport industries.


Our services include:


  • policy review and evaluation
  • assurance and risk management
  • financial and budget management
  • economic analysis
  • advice on infrastructure reform and financing
  • strategic planning and governance advice.


Through our extensive national and global networks, we have access to resources to help government explore new, international perspectives.


Global Centres of Excellence

To support our public sector clients, dedicated Global Centres of Excellence bring together deep experience and knowledge in specific areas of government business:


Government: thinking beyond today

Government: thinking beyond today
We explore the challenges today's public sector leaders and all Australians face on every front to think beyond today.

Paul Kirby on the UK's public sector reform program

Paul Kirby
Paul Kirby, KPMG’s Global Head of Government shares insights from the UK’s public sector reform program.

Michael Hiller on Infrastructure, Government & Healthcare

Michael Hiller
Michael Hiller discusses government's changing role and how delivering more with less and being customer-focused will require strategic partners.