Driving excellence in service delivery through innovation and partnership
Expectations of public service organisations are growing. However, financial constraints and regulatory burdens in the sector create a challenging operating environment. Managers are increasingly asked to do more with less. Our experts help public and social sector organisations build confidence through tailored, practical solutions. Working in partnership with governments and not-for-profit organisations, we identify opportunities for operational and technological innovation to help improve service delivery for the benefit of society at large.
Even during challenging times, organisations need to remain focused on delivering outstanding public services. Leadership teams also need to be able to evaluate performance without delay. Our team of over 200 public services experts draw on their market knowledge to help public and social organisations to get the most from what they have. Our strong links across the public and social sector, together with our significant industry experience, inform our approach in public sector audit, advisory, and tax. By working to understand your current strategy and long-term ambitions, we identify the solutions that fit your organisation and provide the guidance needed to build business resilience and create efficient operations in the sector. At Mazars, we are focused on enhancing your organisation’s abilities and preparing it for future challenges.
As expert advisers with strong links across the public and social sector, our team draws on its market knowledge and industry experience to publish research and observations on new developments and regulations.
Insights from over 170 individuals across the UK public and social sector highlighted that the UK is on the cusp of a recruitment and retention crisis. Amid ongoing social and economic instability, how can we improve efforts to support our public sector workforce and effectively attract new talent?
Over 300 individuals from across the UK public and social sector told us that the UK is at a critical juncture. Amid on going social and economic turmoil, decisive action is needed now to support those most in need.
Social value has always been at the heart of the public and social sector; it defines its meaning and purpose, but sustainability and ESG encompass a much wider remit than social value, and this may be causing confusion as leadership teams struggle to articulate this remit and manage its implementation.