Work with Us to Expand Public Sector Solutions
What do plagues, natural disasters, and community unrest have in common? They often raise citizens’ expectations – or demands – of government while taxing agencies’ capacity to be cost-effective, data-driven, and innovative. While Dun & Bradstreet has partnered with government entities for decades to leverage our AI-driven platforms, data, and analytical insights, today’s volatile business environment calls for additional dynamic approaches.
As a result, we have launched the Public Sector Partners Program (PSPP) within Dun & Bradstreet’s Accelerate global partnerships initiative. PSPP’s goal is to combine resources, inspiration, and expertise among like-minded firms worldwide to explore, create, and deliver new solutions for public sector needs.
Contribute and Benefit
Through the PSPP, Dun & Bradstreet and our partners collaborate on new services, solutions, and products that help target the unique challenges within public sector organizations. Partners share expertise from previous work in federal, civilian, intel and law enforcement, or from more focused projects for specific agencies or geographies.
By working in cross-functional teams composed of executive officers, IT experts, business development leaders, quality assurance resources, risk managers, and contracting experts, PSPP members can help drive innovation around some of today’s most pressing public sector needs. Those needs include fraud prevention, cybersecurity support, relief and recovery delivery, supply chain risk management, and more.
Interested in playing a part in new technology and tools that can help government and public service organizations support safer, stronger, and healthier communities?
“The Dun & Bradstreet PSPP receives support from teams throughout our organization, and its success is a priority for Dun & Bradstreet leadership. We are aligned in ensuring that the PSPP has the energy and attention needed for productive collaboration that delivers benefits for our partners and our mutual public sector clients.”