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  • Smart Borders: Increasing security without sacrificing mobility
    The interlinked and international nature of this economy makes exponential growth quite lucrative, yet susceptible to a range of risks from terrorist groups to emerging technology.
  • Augmented Government: Transforming government services through augmented reality
    This paper explores how the existing and emerging capabilities of augmented reality could be used to revolutionise government agencies and improve real-time and mobile government services.
  • Government meets its mobile future: Seven essential strategies for state leaders
    As states grapple with shrinking budgets and greater pressure to provide better services, mobile can open up new, more efficient ways to satisfy constituent demands. This isn’t about the worn-out promise of doing “more with less”. This is about doing it differently.
  • Gov on the Go: Boosting public sector productivity by going mobile
    This publication illustrates the potential value that mobile can generate for government, and examines the key areas where mobile acts as an enabler of productivity for the public sector.
  • Cutting costs: A new research report on what's working in cost reduction
    Competing priorities are slowing down federal government efficiency, according to a new study from the Government Business Council (GBC), sponsored by Deloitte.
  • 2012 Deloitte-NASCIO Cybersecurity Study
    The second biennial Deloitte-National Association of State Chief Information Officers (NASCIO) Cybersecurity Study, conducted in the summer of 2012, assessed the security of state digital data and cyber assets administered by state chief information security officers.
  • The Power of Zoom: Transforming government through location intelligence
    The power of zoom represents an evolution in the way government sees and interacts with the world. This report describes how governments can apply the principles of zoom to transform the way they solve problems and tackle mission critical challenges.
  • 'X' no longer marks the spot: Transforming the public sector using geospatial insight
    Analysing data from a geographical perspective can help organisations paint a more detailed picture of the issues and events that affect public service delivery.
  • From the bottom up: Influencing citizen behaviours to achieve policy outcomes
    Traditional policy levers – taxation, subsidies, laws and regulations – can have their limitations.
  • GovCloud: The future of government work
    The way we work is changing. While government work is becoming increasingly complex, the public sector workforce structure, designed for the clerks of the 1950s, remains relatively unchanged.
  • Office politics: Improving public sector property management
    Tackling the effective management of one of government's largest spending areas is easier said than done.
  • XBC: Creating public value by unleashing the power of cross-boundary collaboration
    Cross-boundary Collaboration or "XBC" is an approach to creating value from networks. In the public sector, XBC occurs whenever a government agency creates public value by leveraging wisdom, input, or experience that comes from outside its organisational borders.
  • The innovator's playbook: Nurturing bold ideas in government
    Public sector organisations can address many of society's biggest challenges by employing strategies that guide them to developing and sustaining a culture of innovation.
  • Generation Y: Tap their technology skills and call to service
    State employers who use their advantage to strategically develop their Gen Y talent and to position themselves to attract this generation as they enter the job market are likely to achieve significant strides in executing their missions.
  • ReThinking red tape: Influencing behaviours to achieve public outcomes
    Insights on how policymakers can apply behavioural economics to achieve public outcomes.
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