“We can help clients with all aspects of an integrated business transformation journey including technology, agency specific knowledge, industry experience, program management, and change management,” says Robert Dwyer, Principal, Federal Advisory of KPMG, U.S.Headquartered in New York City, KPMG LLP is the U.S. member firm of KPMG International Cooperative, a global network of professional firms that provide Audit, Tax, and Advisory Services.
KPMG assists governments, higher education, and other non-profit organizations by providing sector-specific Audit and Advisory services. KPMG’s CIO Advisory practice aims to improve the strategic value of clients’ IT investments and enhance customers’ IT maturity while addressing the many challenges facing public sector IT organizations such as cybersecurity, compliance, cloud technology, and legacy system modernization. The practice helps clients rationalize complex application portfolios and helps customers align their public sector organizations to be a strategic business partner. Through IT service management, supplier management, data integrity, security, privacy, governance, and controls, the practice helps clients optimize IT to better support their programs.
“We offer a combination of methodologies, market data, processes, tools, capabilities, and experienced and multi-disciplined professionals to help clients achieve their desired outcomes,” remarks Charles Collier, Managing Director, State & Local CIO Advisory of KPMG, U.S.
Additionally, KPMG developed change and risk-management strategies to help the agency evaluate and manage the impact of the process changes. Collier says that the firm’s key focus is on elevating the public sector CIO and IT function into the role of a valued business partner which can happen by creating business value, navigating business change, optimizing IT investments, transforming IT capabilities, and delivering IT service with confidence.
Spanning three centuries, the firm’s history features significant mergers, including Peat Marwick International and Klynveld Main Goerdeler and their individual firms to form KPMG in 1987. Currently, the firm is deploying integrated technology delivery centers, known as Ignition Centers that focus on rapidly developing systems based on new technologies. “In the days to come, we will continue to help our clients implement and manage the technologies that are most relevant to their business,” ends Collier.