Countries across the world are under unprecedented and volatile pressures which cast greater responsibility on the governments to protect, nurture and provide a sustainable environment for citizens. Governments in turn are facing resource stress, increasing demands and diverging needs from an increasingly well-informed and yet vulnerable citizen. India’s emergence to a position as an economic superpower is predicated upon transforming basic infrastructure which is sustainable, equitable and helps increase the overall productivity of the economy while facilitating the smooth running of all the sectors of the economy. There is an urgent need to invigorate healthcare, public services to go beyond the health sector, to address the public health needs in India which includes improving living conditions, nutrition enhancement, providing safe drinking water and sanitation facilities, education, communication and change management, women and child development amongst others. Governments and the industries also need to be equipped with the ever-escalating cadence of unforeseen events including natural disasters and biological exigencies.
KPMG in India helps organisations face these challenges. We work closely with central and state governments, urban and rural local bodies in urban transformation, water and sanitation, health, social development, education and infrastructure sectors of power and renewables, oil and gas, metals and mining, aviation, roads and railways, waterways and ports, logistics, mobility and future transport.
Our Infrastructure Government and Healthcare (IGH) practice provides an integrated suite of service offerings ranging from strategy and policy advisory to facilitating project execution, project funding and asset operations, project management governance, public services transformation, and technology transformation services, amongst others to help meet the specific requirements of our private sector and government clients.
Our team of more than 1,000 professionals deliver advisory services to infrastructure, government and healthcare clients with an earnest intent to enable change, improve public service delivery keeping the citizen interests in mind.
The team works with leading multilateral and unilateral donor agencies such as the Department for International Development (DFID)
The team works with leading multilateral and unilateral donor agencies such as the Departm