Digital government: Digital and data-driven decision making
In times of uncertainty, citizens turn to governments for sound decision-making supported by data. Digital tools are critical to this process and governments now have a range of technologies to draw on to build the digital infrastructure needed to fuel decisive action.
Seven pivots for government’s digital transformation
The pandemic has accelerated government’s digital transformation efforts. Our survey of government officials globally reveals where their digital priorities now lie, how far most governments still have to go, and what it’ll take to get there.
Meeting the challenges of the climate crisis will require resilience. Both governments and businesses alike must build their capabilities to respond and adapt to climate change, making use of such forward-looking tools as scenario planning and predictive analytics.
Organizations need to adapt to mitigate the climate crisis. Unfortunately, traditional, backward-looking actuarial analyses are insufficient to inform policy and action at the current pace of climate change, where for instance, what was once a 1-in-100-year flood becomes a 1-in-30.
Building climate-resilient cities
Exploring the five lenses of climate action
Cities should take a multidimensional approach to climate change. Based on insights gleaned from our survey, we recommend that cities view climate action through five lenses: governance, innovation, risk reduction, operational sustainability, and climate equity.
The effectiveness of financial crime risk management reform and next steps on a global basis
A report from The Institute of International Finance and Deloitte
In 2019, Deloitte and the Institute of International Finance (IIF) published a white paper which lays out ways to address illicit financial flows through a combination of internationally consistent regulatory reform and an intelligence-led approach to financial crime risk management.
A new mindset for public sector leadership
Take the #TenYearChallenge
Government and public services have changed substantially in the past decade and so have the demands on public sector leaders. This article sets out the new capabilities that the sector’s leaders need today – and the new mindset they will need to thrive in the future.