PwC’s Public Sector Practice receives the 2014 Baldrige Award

Firm’s public sector practice wins nation’s highest Presidential honor for performance excellence through innovation, improvement and visionary leadership

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PwC Public Sector is the first and only large professional services firm to receive the Malcolm Baldrige National Quality Award from the President of the United States as evidence of our focus on quality, continuous improvement, and client results. We are proud to join a distinguished list of American companies that have pursued the excellence associated with this national award. We are even prouder of the accomplishments of our people for building a resilient, client focused and highly innovative business that is committed to quality and excellence.

The Malcolm Baldrige National Quality Award recognized PwC Public Sector for being focused on providing high impact professional services to address the public sector's most pressing management and operating challenges requiring commercial capabilities and approaches. We do this by building engagement teams comprised of professionals with deep commercial and public sector backgrounds. In this capacity we get to work with the most important clients in the world on their most pressing issues which helps PwC to achieve its stated purpose of "building trust in society and solving important problems".

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