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State and Territory Government

The key challenge for state and territory governments today is delivering more with less. Core business rationalisation, security, health care and the practicalities of financing must be managed in the broader context of transparency and accountability, and increasingly via shared services and third party partnerships.

Deloitte is uniquely qualified to tackle today's most pressing public sector challenges, whether it’s enterprise transformation, strategy and operations, human capital, outsourcing or procurement, enterprise risk or financial advisory, as well as e-government and digital services. For case studies or examples of programs or issues tackled - and benefits realised - please contact our team.

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  • Andrew Johnstone-Burt
    National Leader
    Tel: +61 2 9322 7525
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