The blockchain door is open: Moving beyond the basics in government
Government & Education
April 19 | 2 p.m. ET | 18:00 GMT
Host: Mike Wyatt, principal, Deloitte & Touche LLP
1 Overview CPE credit | Specialized Knowledge
Many government leaders have initiated blockchain prototypes, live pilots, and active use case development. However, there is still a limited view of the technology's potential impact on government organizations. We'll discuss:
- How blockchain's influence in the public sector could evolve in coming years.
- Blockchain's potential to bring efficiency and speed to services and processes by accelerating transactions and lowering costs.
- How blockchain may help eliminate redundancies and ease regulatory compliance burdens.
- Practical considerations for getting started and looking beyond the most basic uses of blockchain.
Participants will learn about the potential power of blockchain technology and how it may impact government organizations as adoption continues to grow.
Blockchain’s influence in the public sector will be mostly behind the scenes. But the technology has the potential to bring security, efficiency, and speed to a wide range of services and processes. How should government agencies look to incorporate blockchain into the way they function today?