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Digital Government 2019
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Digital isn’t just about technology. It’s about what technology enables - and that means change. More than just a change to tools and processes, a transformation of your organisation.
Find out from our insights below or talk to our experts to know what you can do to get ahead in the public sector, so you can make public services more accessible to those who rely on them.
Over the past 24 months we have examined how organisations respond to the disruption caused by digital technologies and ways of working. This edition of the Digital Disruption Index explores the idea of ‘digital maturity’, building on Deloitte’s recent research into innovation and the future of work.
The story of technology trends is inseparable from the story of the public sector. Technology can help make government more effective by protecting and maintaining infrastructure, creating more personalised and secure citizen interactions, or automating tasks so humans can focus on more value-added jobs. As leaders work to reshape their organisations and realise these possibilities, they rely on fresh, relevant insights. This perspective provides a Government and Public Services lens on Deloitte’s Technology Trends 2019: Beyond the digital frontier.
Health care systems around the world are experiencing unprecedented levels of demand against a backdrop of worsening financial, operational and workforce challenges. Innovation offers huge opportunities for health care. From simple robotics to advanced artificial intelligence and cognitive processes, data analytics and voice recognition, the possibilities are exciting and infinite.
What does smart urban mobility look like, city-by-city? How are global cities faring so far? Learn the steps that cities can take to realize the future of mobility in the coming decades. The Deloitte City Mobility Index is a comprehensive review that assesses major cities on key aspects of mobility and readiness for future mobility solutions (the Future of Mobility). It covers three thematic areas—performance and resilience, vision and leadership, service and inclusion—to gauge whether the transport networks move citizens efficiently, inclusively, sustainably, and in an integrated way, and how forward-thinking and effective the various government bodies are in delivering quality mobility.