Bill Kilmartin provides strategic guidance to state and local governments with an emphasis on financial, human resource, and procurement transformation. Bill works with public sector organizations to drive innovation by leveraging sophisticated strategies, tools, and methods, including business process redesign, best practices, benchmarking, business case development, organizational change management, effective use of technology, and development of enterprise resource planning (ERP) solutions.
Prior to joining Accenture in 2001, Bill enjoyed a 23-year career in public service with the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, serving as the State Comptroller from 1989 to 1999. In this capacity, he directed the Commonwealth's efforts leveraging information technology to transform the statewide administrative and financial processes.
Bill has been acknowledged with numerous awards, including the Achievement of the Year award from the Association of Government Accountants, the National Public Service Award from the American Association of Public Administration and National Academy for Public Administration, the President's Award for Contributions and Leadership from the National Association of State Auditors, Comptrollers, and Treasurers, and the George Mitchell Award for Leadership in Electronic Payments from the National Automated Clearinghouse Association.
Bill received his bachelor's degree from Cornell University, and his master's degree in Public Administration from Suffolk University. He lives in Massachusetts with his family and continues to be active in various professional, civic and volunteer activities.