Working with citizens

A fundamental measure of well-being in a society is the extent and quality of its public services. When such activities are planned and executed with citizens in mind, and based on the criteria of effectiveness and efficiency, they contribute to improved usefulness and perceptions of the same.

For some years now Clece has worked closely with different administrations – local, regional and state – in order to develop and improve public services. Services range from those relating to the care and maintenance of public spaces and buildings to fundamental social provisions such as education and social and health care, through to the security of citizens and airport services.

These services not only have to meet stringent technical criteria, but they must take into account social aspects, from employability measures through to the integration of vulnerable collectives.

157.926 elderly people
46.000 professionals
9.008 nursery school children