Government spending now represents about 20 percent of the $60 trillion total global economy. Bain works with national and regional governments, city municipalities, quasi-government agencies such as development funds and trade associations as well as government-owned companies to realize their economic and social goals.
What We Do
What We Do
The public sector's influence comes directly, through government entities, state-owned enterprises and institutional funding, as well as indirectly, through regulation and oversight. The sector is facing major challenges, such as rising costs, growing deficits, shifting centers of economic activity, a burgeoning war for talent and increasingly demanding customers.
Recently, the use of stimulus funds and regulatory reform has further blurred the lines between public and private entities.
Bain works with bold, ambitious leaders who are not satisfied with the status quo and eager for change to address the key strategic tools that improve performance and help public-sector entities do the work they do better.
Our experience serving public-sector clients encompasses the following areas, to name a few:
- Economic development and sector strategies
- Change management
- Cost and service-quality improvements
- Organizational design
- IT infrastructure