Statskonsult AS
State owned
Industry Management consulting
Founded 1947
Headquarters Oslo, Norway
Area served
Key people
Gunnar Bakkeland (CEO)
Kari Gjesteby (Chairman)
Revenue NOK 52.0 million (2006)
NOK -15.9 million (2006)
Owner Norwegian Ministry of Government Administration and Reform

Statskonsult AS is a defunct Norwegian government-owned company that provided management consulting services related to government restructuring and reform. It was created in 1947 as the Rationalisation Office (Norwegian: Rasjonaliseringskontoret), later the Directorate of Rationalisation. The name Statskonsult was taken into use in 1987. It was converted to a limited company on January 1, 2004, owned by the Norwegian Ministry of Government Administration and Reform with the intention of competing with other consulting companies within three years, but the change of government after the 2005 elections changed the plans.[1] It merged with and the Norwegian eProcurement Secretariat on July 1, 2007, to form the Agency for Public Management and eGovernment.[2]


  1. Norwegian Ministry of Trade and Industry. "Statskonsult AS". Retrieved 2008-05-01.
  2. Agency for Public Management and eGovernment (2007-12-27). "About DIFI".
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