KPMG is hosting a series of trainings that showcase the challenges of transforming services, processes, and procurement to meet complex demands.
KPMG is hosting a series of training sessions for government and public sector entities.
KPMG is pleased to let you know about a series of training sessions designed to showcase how governments and public sector entities are rising to the challenge of transforming services, processes and procurement to meet the increasingly complex and sophisticated demands of the public, decision makers and extra-territorial authorities. Both sessions will be held at our firm’s offices located at 4 Par-la-Ville Road in Hamilton.
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Josh is a Partner in the Public Sector Practice at KPMG in Canada, and is Adjunct Professor at the University of Toronto’s School of Public Policy and Governance, and a Senior Fellow, Service Delivery Modernization and Commissioning at the Institute of Public Administration of Canada. Josh is at the forefront of public sector renewal including the adoption of new service delivery models for human and social services, transportation and commercial services such as registries. He will present case studies on value-based government-provider relationships, and how governments are using new models to invest in the technological capabilities to more efficiently manage increasing workloads.
Lori is KPMG in Bermuda’s Public Sector and Infrastructure Lead. During this session, she will cover leading practice in public private partnerships (P3s) and procurement being used by governments to achieve greater value for money in major capital expenditures and procurement of goods and services. Lori will also discuss lessons learned from Bermuda’s two P3 projects (KEMH acute care wing and L.F. Wade International Airport), methods for analyzing and allocating risks between governments and private sector partners, and what it takes for governments to be effective counter-parties.
We invite you to join us for one or both of our Transforming the Public Sector sessions. Professional development credits will be provided.
The registration fee for each session is $100 per person with preferential pricing if you register for both sessions ($175). Light refreshments will be provided.
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Looking forward to seeing you at the sessions!