Fraud, Waste, and Abuse
Fraud, waste, and abuse are perennial problems for government benefit programs. To make their anti-fraud dollars work harder and smarter, agencies can build platforms that combine predictive analytics, behavioral economics, and collective intelligence into a holistic enterprise system, coordinating data from across the enterprise while remaining agile enough to respond to new vulnerabilities.
Employees as customers: Reimagining the employee experience in government
As governments look to build a workforce able to tackle the tough, interconnected challenges of the 21st century, strengthening the government employee experience is particularly critical. By treating employees as customers, agencies have the chance to improve both the employee experience and their own ability to execute their mission.
Comparing economies: How is economic size measured and why does it matter?
How do we compare economies? GDP is generally measured in a country’s own currency, but for comparing economies, one must convert to a common measure. The choice of conversion factor can make a huge difference in our understanding of relative size.