Keith holds an MBA degree from the University of Witwatersrand and a BA in Political
Science. His career experience includes working as an advisor to the South African
Ministers of Trade and Industry, Transport, and Safety and Security. He is an
honorary lifetime member of the National Union of South African Students for his
human rights work and a trustee of the Nelson Mandela Legacy Trust (UK).

In the UK, Keith has worked as Director of Customer Strategy for the Department
of Constitutional Affairs and has advised several Departments and local authorities
on strategy and planning issues.

While at Capgemini he has worked with the Cabinet Office to design the Cabinet
Secretary’s capability reviews of key government departments. In 2005 he launched
Transformation in a joint venture between the Cabinet Office and Capgemini, a quarterly journal
which airs new ideas for strategy and delivery across the public sector. Keith
is also Managing Editor of Transformation.

Keith Coleman said: ‘Britain’s public sector faces major challenges in improving delivery of services
to citizens, boosting efficiency and basically doing more for less – and doing
it faster. My role is to help them meet those challenges with excellent advice,
with action plans that are practical and realistic, and with strong support in
implementing those plans.’

Capgemini’s government and public sector practice in the UK has expanded considerably
in recent years, and in addition to the Cabinet Office its clients now include
HM Revenue & Customs, MoD, DfES, DWP and other national, local and regional
authorities including the Scottish Executive and the Welsh Assembly. The company’s
UK consulting activities are supported by a team of over 600 professionally qualified
consultants and by external advisers such as Lord Birt and Lord Filkin.

Keith Coleman’s new appointment takes effect immediately.

About Capgemini

Capgemini, one of the world’s foremost providers of Consulting, Technology and
Outsourcing services, enables its clients to transform and perform through technologies.
Capgemini provides its clients with insights and capabilities that boost their
freedom to achieve superior results through a unique way of working, which it
calls the Collaborative Business Experience. Capgemini reported 2006 global revenues
of EUR 7.7 billion and employs more than 75,000 people worldwide. More information
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