In an age of discontinuity, governments are moving from hierarchies to networks to enable intragovernment collaboration and nurturing collaborative public-private ecosystems to achieve shared outcomes. We invite you to explore nine transformational trends that illustrate governments “bringing down walls” to deliver solutions

Cross-cutting trends
Governments are eliminating silos in areas such as data, funding, and workforce to pool resources and capabilities.

  • Fluid government workforce models
    To tackle changing citizen preferences, employee needs, and talent shortages, governments are exploring new workforce models and prioritizing flexibility
  • Bridging the data-sharing chasm
    Although public sector data-sharing has increased, there’s more to do to balance its upside with challenges
  • Tackling funding silos
    Fostering greater collaboration and shared problem-solving to create greater public value
  • Tailored public services
    Digital technology is enabling greater personalization by government; these tailored services can be more effective and equitable
  • Back-office innovations improving mission performance
    Government back-office functions and processes are moving beyond automations and internal efficiency

Domain-focused trends
Governments are nurturing collaborative public-private ecosystems to take advantage of shared knowledge and unique strengths to drive solutions in key government domains.

  • Regulation that enables innovation
    To catalyze innovation, government regulatory agencies can encourage investment, streamline regulation, and set standards to promote industry best practices
  • Teaming up to deliver whole health
    Governments are exploring an approach that centers on wellness and prevention, not just treatment of disease
  • End-to-end justice
    Creating a more just society calls for collaboration and resource-sharing across the justice system and beyond with businesses, nonprofits, and communities
  • Security by network
    Aligning business and government interests for national security

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