To deliver better strategies and outcomes, governments need to tackle social dynamics in the cabinet room.
A disciplined approach to revenue development has been shown to increase potential additional revenues by 50 percent.
Homelessness in and around the San Francisco Bay Area continues to rise. Coordinated efforts among governments, nonprofits, and the private sector could stem the crisis and spark progress.
Statens IT, the Danish government shared-service center for IT, has established a comprehensive government data center. The next step is to embrace the opportunities and challenges of the public cloud.
While the wealth gap has narrowed globally, inequality within advanced economies has increased since the 1980s.
Georgia faces challenges to its growth from its uneven distribution of prosperity. More of the state’s workforce, regions, and firms need to be brought into the fold to extend the state’s success.
Transforming the state procurement function is a large undertaking, but it can result in significant improvements in compliance, speed, cost, and quality.
A new program seeks to spark development in the neediest communities and boost the national economy. Similar, past efforts offer insights that may help them succeed.
Incoming administrations may consider appointing a state COO to lead strategic operations and implement high-priority projects. Those who work with state COOs could position them for success with thoughtful role definition and strong support.
Josipa Petrunic imagines a low-carbon, smart-mobility future for Canada. In this interview, she describes how CUTRIC, the consortium she leads, is bringing the public and private sectors together to make it happen.