Public Sector Performance Optimization
Our public sector specialists work with cities, counties, state agencies, special-purpose authorities, public educational institutions and not-for-profits to help them address their most critical business challenges with pinpoint precision.
Ever aware of the need to balance the needs of diverse constituents against constrained revenue streams and conflicting priorities, public leaders are increasingly challenged to effectively deploy scarce resources while maintaining the highest levels of accountability and transparency.
Baker Tilly’s public sector performance optimization team helps local governments achieve this balance. Our experienced consultants work with you to establish strategic objectives and design creative approaches to achieve them. Our results-focused consulting approach helps ensure your resources are invested in a manner that addresses both your constituents’ needs and your organizational capacity. We help state and local government leaders develop strategic clarity, align resources with priorities, strengthen performance, optimize processes and leverage technology.
Baker Tilly’s final report for our information technology assessment enabled us to hit the ground running with a prioritized plan of the improvements we most needed to address, and in what order to maintain our momentum.Kate May, Chief Performance Officer – City of Rochester, New York
Baker Tilly has been providing specialized professional services to the public sector for more than 90 years.
We have more than 420 professionals, including 40 partners, serving the public sector
We have more than 3,100 public sector clients
225,000+ consulting hours annually delivered to the public sector
Baker Tilly provided continual communication so we never had to guess what was happening with our projects. This was especially helpful during the draft review process, during which we were able to review and make additional recommendations before the project report was finalized. Baker Tilly uncovered insightful findings and provided thoughtful recommendations to improve our operations.Lisa Yapching, Classification/Compensation Manager – San Mateo County, California