Coronacrisis - we can help you
The government stands for the interest of citizens, organisations and public institutions during the Coronacrisis. Doing the right thing drives us to make a difference for public organisations, society and citizens. We provide you with care and support to reach that progress. We would like to do that with you.
Support measures, fiscal and legal questions - Marc van Dijl
In this video Peter van Uhm, former Commander of the Armed Forces and consultant at PwC shares his advice on leadership during crisis situations.
Peter van Uhm explains his view about leadership in a clear, inspiring and practical way based on his own experiences with crisis management. Key findings are: use the insights and solutions of employees, decide on facts, ask for help, make decisions and evaluate them.
What are the measures against the impact of the coronavirus (COVID-19)? The full webcast 'Coronavirus impacts and updates' can be found here.
If you have any questions, please contact Richard Goldstein, Public Sector Industry Leader.
A well-functioning public sector is crucial for a stable society and a flourishing economy. PwC contributes to building trust in society by helping you as a public organisation to maximise public value and to report transparently.
Our socially involved professionals choose consciously to work in the public domain because they want to be social relevant by solving important problems. Passionate by purpose and improving citizens lives, we make your challenges ours. That is our ambition! We consider it as our job to provide quality services in the fields of Assurance, Risk Assurance (advising public organisations), Tax, Advisory and Legal Services. Where clear understanding of both interests and dilemmas of public organisations and their stakeholders are key.
In the past years we have worked with great passion and care on very meaningful public sector projects. It is absolutely our ambition to help you with innovative and of course workable solutions - according to our BXT method – regarding themes such as the future of work, digitalisation, energy transition, healthcare, mobility and safety.
Preparing for tomorrow's skills
The way we’re working is changing dramatically. New technologies have a great impact and is changing our working environment rapidly. This requires more and more flexibility from employees in order to remain attractive on the labour market. In addition, younger generations are demanding more diversity in the workplace and a different work-life balance.
More about the future of work
A sustainable energy supply for all sectors
The energy transition demands changes across all sectors within society. It offers excellent opportunities for growth and new business models but generates a number of challenges at the same time. To succeed co-creation between citizens, authorities, businesses and groups of interest is required.More about energy transition
Better care at lower social costs
New innovations, new technology, new treatments. A lot of new ideas, and thus a lot of opportunities. While at the same time, we face a range of challenges such as limited budgets, a tight labor market, an ageing population, political developments, an increase in chronic diseases, changing and more complex care demands, more active participation and personal control of patients, plus an increase in healthcare costs. How will good, accessible and affordable care remain possible? And how can you contribute to a sustainable healthcare future?
More about healthcare
A fundamentally different mobility
Our mobility is reaching its limits on all fronts. Fortunately, however, there is also good news: an enormous number of initiatives to curb the spatial and environmental impact of transport. Big and small ideas that will bring about a fundamental change in the movement of people and goods. It requires old and new players to have a vision of their current or preferred future roles. And it demands more flexibility from the government. After all, the urgency is too big to keep up dealing with the rapid and much-needed developments at the traditional pace.More about mobility
In service of safer societies
Threats to society are as complex as society itself. Just as agile, unpredictable and layered. Because internal and external security are deeply interconnected, global developments and happenings have local impact and vice versa. All of this takes place in the physical and the digital domain. As a result, the security issue is too big, too multiform, too interrelated and too boundary- and domain-crossing for organisations to 'do it just by themselves'.More about security
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