Outcomes-focused service delivery

Meeting citizens where they are, with personalized, frictionless experiences that foster confidence in government.

Experience reimagined

Achieving the best outcomes requires a deliberate, strategic approach to make the biggest difference in individuals' lives. With the proper planning, this is a look at the future of citizens' experiences:

Boundaryless insight sharing

A non-custodial parent applies for unemployment and child support payments are adjusted so financial obligations are met.

AI-driven government services

A business owner starts a new daycare center in just a few weeks thanks to an AI-driven advisor that walks her through the process.

Proactive government services

Instead of stressing out over her annual tax return, a mom pulls up a pre-populated form on her smartphone and pushes a button to file.

Government in a marketplace

A teenager interested in fishing buys a new pole at the local sporting goods store and can apply for a fishing license at the same time.

Government as a business partner

A hobbyist brewer uses a wizard powered by the state economic development agency and local suppliers to start a microbrewery.

Government enabling communities

A family files for unemployment benefits, and the local food bank gets information so they can provide additional support right where the family lives.

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Designing services around people, not agencies

The pandemic has spurred a revolution in government service delivery. Agencies no longer have the luxury of aspiring to meet the service expectations of their citizens someday in the future. The time to change is now. A decade’s worth of technology and lifestyle changes, that have transformed consumer expectations, are poised for government adoption today.

To begin, agencies must get in sync with what people need, want—and how they live. A profound shift is underway: from isolated transactions and agency silos to holistic experiences and clear outcomes.

Making this shift goes beyond portals, digitizing transactions and tweaking touchpoints. It is experience led. It takes transforming strategies, systems, processes, and technologies to deliver consistent experiences regardless of the channel. Because the future of citizen service delivery is driving outcomes, and outcomes hinge on experience. Relevant. Responsive. Easy. Fast.

Next-generation service delivery

Obsess over citizens’ needs

Citizens' needs and values continue to shift, making their holistic 'experience' a more pressing issue than ever before. To better understand these evolving expectations, hear real people’s thoughts on interacting with government services.

Citizen experience – impactful change

Citizen experience – frictionless trust

Better experiences drive better outcomes

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Reimagining transactions and compliance

Time to reimagine how government payments are made

Case studies

We redefine experiences across government and education to ensure that our client’s mission is grounded in proven strategies, augmented with cutting edge innovations, and designed to deliver meaningful value. Take a look.

Northeastern University built a flexible learning, leaving a lasting mark on the student experience.

The Tennessee DHS needed call center assistance to deal with massive COVID-19 call volumes.

California Statewide Automated Welfare System moves to a single, statewide cloud application on AWS.

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What we think

Accenture outlines emerging technology trends for 2022, a year where organizations will find themselves at the intersection of many worlds.

Improving citizens’ experiences can play a critical role in boosting compliance.

The last-mile supply chain could lower last-mile emissions between 17 and 26% through 2025.

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Voices in public service blog

Public service experts weigh in on how agencies can deliver citizen experiences that are personalized, predictable, and free of friction.

Three ideas for improving citizen experience

Public service agencies can improve the lives of the people they serve by doing three things, according to Accenture’s Eyal Darmon.

Why public service must focus on the whole person

Public service organizations need a new mindset about what care means, and how to connect with citizens, says Accenture’s Kevin Ellenwood.

To protect the vulnerable, strengthen compliance

Making Compliance more accessible with better citizen experiences is essential. Accenture’s Rainer Binder highlights three Priorities for making it happen.

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