The future of public sector has suddenly become the new normal.
The topics we have discussed throughout this series – healthcare provided remotely, world leaders uniting over virtual conference tools, cities faced with transforming landscapes, security as a critical factor in infrastructure, distance learning a new requirement – are surging to the forefront of our everyday conversations.
For centuries, nations, states, agencies, and businesses alike have turned to innovation and technology to drive efficiencies and better serve their citizens.
Today, country, community, and business continuity are top of mind, and innovation is critical – to help build our future and to enable and improve our present.
Over the past few months, we have shared our #FutureofPublicSector blog series to showcase the innovations and trends that impact citizens around the world today, and will grow ever-more important tomorrow. We explored regional transformations. We talked about the healthcare of the future and watched the Medibus drive toward a brighter, more inclusive future of care. We dreamed about the technology-enabled schools where the next generation will learn. We have shared innovations from hyperloop to smart water that will open the doors to endless opportunities.
No one can precisely say where technology will take us in the future. How will we use it to solve emerging problems? How can we use it to create faster and broader connections? What will it take to improve our ability to unite people, ideas and information globally?
We are focused on answering those questions and more to build a better future. That future starts today. Join us as we launch the next phase of our journey across the public sector: #PublicSectorNow.
We will dive into the ways that today’s rapidly changing global environment is impacting education, healthcare, government, and the public sector more broadly. Discover how countries and communities around the world are facing these challenging times, find tools for the educators, healthcare providers, and government officials facing digital transformation, and learn more about the emerging solutions that are enabling people to reimagine the way we live, work and learn in the future.
We’d love to hear what you think. What blog in the #FutureofPublicSector series was most impactful to you?