To every assignment, we bring independence, objectivity and a demonstrated ability to improve public sector performance.
We understand the problems governments face in the current economic climate. We are a trusted adviser to state and territory governments across Australia, while our federal practice offers a full range of professional services tailored specifically for the federal environment.
A range of competing forces are shaping government decision-making. Federal, State and Territory Governments must find answers to the most difficult problems and questions - from the impact of natural disasters to the future of early childhood education.
Some of the biggest questions faced by governments include:
How can we improve the quality of Australia’s education, transport, health and justice systems?
How can we fund and supply critical infrastructure?
What is the right balance between regulation and liberalisation?
What are the worldwide regulatory trends and options?
How can we deliver better outcomes, using fewer resources?
What can we afford to delay or cut from the budget?
The latest report in this series summarises survey results relating to the incidence of fraud and corruption in the public sector globally, as well as in the wider Australian economy. PwC's analysis includes observations on detection, fraud risk assessment and cybercrime exposure, as well as insights from various Australian state anti-corruption agencies.
This report presents findings relating to Public Sector performance management, and shares insights into people's experiences and perceptions of the way in which performance management conversations are conducted in their organisation.