Government Digital


Governments the world over are consistently outpaced by digital change, and are falling behind.

Governments worldwide have lost the trust and faith of citizens and other stakeholders. A steady decline in public sector performance, a reluctance to revisit existing business models within government, and the sheer pace of technological change experienced in the past decade have put the public sector at a crossroads. If governments wish to govern stakeholders in ways that reflect their commitment to service, they will need to make a radical change over the next decade.

Through the eyes of industry, academic, and government experts, Government Digital lays down a blueprint for that change. Keeping government relevant will take nothing short of a metamorphosis of the public sector. The old ways of doing things cannot continue in the new world, or governments worldwide risk becoming obsolete.

About the Author

Alex Benay

Posted by Dundurn Guest on March 1, 2017
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Alex Benay

Alex Benay is the Chief Information Officer of the Government of Canada. Previously, he was the President and CEO of the Canada Science and Technology Museums Corporation (now called Ingenium — Canada’s Museums of Science and Innovation). He is also the author of Canadian Failures: Stories of Building Toward Success. He lives in Ottawa.