Over the past 10 years, the role of the public sector in many countries has changed. Governments have taken unprecedented steps to strengthen and support financial systems, stimulate markets, and increase and accelerate infrastructure investment. Governments have taken a fresh approach to regulation, assisted in building resilience into markets, and proactively increased business and consumer confidence.
These actions have shifted relationships between public, private and not-for-profit sector organizations and their leaders. Greater fluidity and recognition of interdependencies has evolved in the interactions that are now essential and valued, including developments such as public-private partnerships (PPPs). These factors influence the range and level of capabilities required of public sector leaders.
NGS Global’s partners work with at the most senior levels of the public sector, bringing top-level talent to critical executive roles and to Boards. We understand the relationships between government policy, administration, economic issues and regulation as well as the different legal, cultural and governance arrangements in different countries. While the names of institutions vary by jurisdiction, particular areas of focus include CEOs, senior executives and Board members for:
- Government Departments and Agencies
- Public Service Authorities and Regulators
- State Owned Enterprises
- Private-Public Partnership Ventures
- Defense and Intelligence Authorities
- Other Government-Funded or Part-Funded Groups (Cultural Institutions)
Our team has built unique understandings and relationships that enable us to provide informed and objective insights to our high level government clients and to gain their confidence as trusted advisors in the most sensitive and critical appointments. We also work engaged in succession planning and talent management with national and state governments.