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The Future of Government in CEE #10in20for30

Thirty years after the fall of the Berlin Wall, Central and Eastern Europe is entering a new decade with new challenges.

As we begin a new decade, most of the challenges faced by countries in CEE are no longer rooted in the region’s unique history; they’re European or global issues such as ageing populations, smart cities and climate change. And the region’s citizens continue to demand more from governments and public institutions at every level. Governments have made the most progress when they put the citizen at the centre of the discussion, work together effectively with partnering institutions and make good use of the latest practices and technologies.

We are facilitating a meaningful conversation with key stakeholders on the future of government in CEE. Want to join the discussion? Sign up for our monthly newsletter here and share your thoughts on social media using #10in20for30.

 

 

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Since the region’s transformation began three decades ago, PwC’s broad network of practitioners has been helping public-sector clients across Central & Eastern Europe to imagine new ways of addressing their key challenges and developing their markets and societies. We are proud to work with so many great organisations - and want to build on our relationships and experience to facilitate a meaningful conversation with key stakeholders. Let's talk about the future of government in CEE.

- Agnieszka Gajewska, CEE Public Sector & Infrastructure Leader

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Agnieszka Gajewska

Agnieszka Gajewska

CEE Public Sector & Infrastructure Leader, PwC Poland

Tel: +48 517 140 537

Jeffery McMillan

Jeffery McMillan

CEE Director of Brand and Communications, PwC Central and Eastern Europe

Tel: +48 519 506 633

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