Kennedy Evaluates 20 Public Sector HR Consulting Firms, Citing Four with Superior Capabilities


Kennedy Consulting Research & Advisory, the leader in market analysis on the consulting profession, announces its release of Human Resources Consulting in the Public Sector, a new report exploring the opportunities and challenges for buyers and sellers of HR services in the global public sector marketplace, focusing on key trends, growth patterns and the competitive landscape.

“The public sector is one of the largest verticals for HR consulting spending and will continue to be a major contributor to HR consulting fee income over the forecast period,” reports Liz DeVito, Associate Director and Lead for HR Consulting Research. “We expect compound annual growth for this market to continue through 2017.”

The Kennedy Vanguard™ of Public Sector HR Consulting Providers, a qualitative assessment featured in Human Resources Consulting in the Public Sector, has identified four firms with sophisticated internal organizations for delivering HR services to the public sector that continually invest in organic and inorganic strategies to deepen their expertise. They are Deloitte, Hay Group, KPMG and The Segal Group.

The report features profiles of 20 leading Public Sector HR Consulting Providers and includes key service strengths and weaknesses, firm focus, and capability maps illustrating each practice’s standing with respect to HR consulting capabilities in benefits, human capital management, and HR transformation, as well as the maturity of their public sector consulting infrastructure.

In addition, Human Resources Consulting in the Public Sector explores market trends in key areas including pensions risk and reform, the human capital crisis, finding and developing new talent and the transformation of public sector HR. Client spending trends and forecasts and HR consulting spend by segment and by geographic region are reviewed, and an overview of a successful large-scale client project in leadership development is also included.

Firms covered in the report are: Accenture; Aon Hewitt; Booz Allen Hamilton; Buck Consultants at Xerox; Cavanaugh Macdonald Consulting; Deloitte; Emergence Growth; Gabriel, Roeder, Smith & Company; Gallagher Benefit Services; Hay Group; Hymans Robertson; IBM; Korn/Ferry International; KPMG; LMI; Mercer; Punter Southall; PwC; The Segal Group; and Towers Watson.

For more information on Kennedy’s Human Resources Consulting in the Public Sector, call 888.259.1500 (+1.603.357 8102) or visit

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