Next Generation Public Services for the post-pandemic society and economy
BearingPoint’s Public Sector business is focused on designing and implementing the transformation of Public Sector organizations into agile and resilient operating models for Government and public services clients to enable them to deliver services effectively to Europe’s citizens and businesses.
The outcomes we help them to achieve are:
Our clients include a wide range of central, state and local government; health and social care; educational and defence organizations across Europe.
Our core objective is not just about providing strategy, advice, or resources to support the transformation or modernization of public services. Government and public sector organizations choose BearingPoint based on our ability to work in partnership with their people. And our ability to innovate and leverage leading practice from other jurisdictions. And our ability to design and deliver new operating models, processes, systems, and workforce capabilities that enable them to run their organizations and serve their customers more effectively. To deliver that, we focus particularly on people transformation that is key for success, on citizen relationship centricity, but also on the best way to use technology to support those transformations (better relation between value and cost).
Today, the public sector is facing a twofold evolution. One, citizens are increasingly demanding more varied and technical services from governments in general and, simultaneously, these administrations face both strong budgetary constraints and difficulty attracting talent.
Métropole Nice Côte d’Azur wanted to set-up a sustainable and cost-efficient way of managing its real-estate portfolio. BearingPoint helped them gain a comprehensive picture of their patrimony inventory, define a real-estate master plan, and a unique real-estate management policy for the next 10 years.
BearingPoint joined forces with the French Directorate of Penitentiary Administration and the M6 Foundation to establish three experimental prison facilities. Their focus is on detainee reintegration through offering qualitative labor and training during detention.
The M6 Foundation and the French Directory of Penitentiary Administration started building three experimental prison facilities focused on inmate reintegration through professional development and high-value job opportunities
The survey captures the experience of 3,500 public servants across eight countries while they delivered vital health, education and social services to citizens and financial support for businesses during the first wave of the pandemic.