Global Defense Outlook 2015
How will the world and various nation's respond to the shifting global trends and what does the future look like for the defense industry?
Can digital technology truly transform health and social care?
This week we launched our latest report Connected health: How digital technology is transforming health and social care, which analyses opportunities and barriers to the adoption of technology enabled care (TEC).
The State of the State 2014-15: The public sector productivity challenge
The UK Government and public sector are moving towards a historic inflection point. In the next five years, the UK’s governance, public sector organisations and citizen experiences of the public services are likely to change profoundly.
What are the implications of the summer Budget for NHS and social care?
Additional funding for the NHS but nothing new for social care – a blog looking at the impact of the budget.
Gov 2020: Envisioning the future of government
By 2020, the world could look very different. How will government adapt to keep up with the needs of citizens?
Transport in the Digital Age
Change is coming to transportation, whether we’re ready for it or not. You can see it in public sector investment in intelligent streets and digital railways, automakers’ focus on next-generation vehicles and smart mobility services, and in the widening recognition that the “information everywhere” world will utterly disrupt the transportation status quo.
Tech Trends 2015
In our latest public sector technology trends report we examine eight current technology trends shaping the future of government today. The implications range from new approaches to application programming interfaces to the dramatic impact that connectivity and analytics are having on digital interactions with citizens. Within government, the effects span the evolving role of the public sector CIO to changing IT skill sets and delivery models, and beyond.
The digital policing journey: From concept to reality
Police forces today face increasing public expectations and scrutiny, ever more complex criminal threats, and a growing need to integrate service delivery with other agencies. They must deliver improved services despite facing the deepest budget cuts in a generation.