Making innovation initiatives successful in the government sector demands a disciplined approach involving a diverse group of stakeholders. In 2020, governments across the globe look forward to aggressively investing time and resources in selecting the perfect solutions and services that best meet their needs. With the emergence of advanced cyber-attacks, governments are looking for an adaptive and proactive security strategy to prevent cyber threats before it happens. Forward-thinking organizations, including governments, are leading in this new decade to keep pace with the recent advances and redefine the intersection between people and technology. From the increasing adoption of digital twins to unleashing the potential of the Internet of Things (IoT), technology will continue to have profound implications for business, government, and society in the year ahead. Evidently, investments in flexible solutions and consulting/services are on the rise.
For instance, public agencies around the world are capturing the potential of the IoT, to realize the vision for smart cities by leveraging sensors and automation to enhance public services and the lives of the citizens. Besides, the industry is also testing waters in the realm of artificial intelligence, machine learning, and other cognitive technologies for delivering effective citizen services. With advanced networking, government organizations are reaping the benefits of a spectrum of connectivity that can drive the development of new products and services or transform obsolete operating models. From edge computing and mesh networks to 5G, low earth orbit satellites, and ultra-broadband, governments are considering advanced connectivity options to design tomorrow’s enterprise networks. Meanwhile, trends in blockchain, cognitive, and digital reality continue to up the game across diverse government operations. In building a network for the next generation of government services, agencies should consider an environment that includes on-premises, cloud, and networking technologies such as SD-WAN and high-speed broadband to make sure that traffic is handled efficiently over any network.
New technologies loom on the horizon to help government agencies better serve their constituents, from answering billing queries to protecting sensitive data from cyber threats. However, to harness the benefits of these technologies, government agencies and organizations seek expert services and solutions that can make their transformational journey seamless. Keeping up with the recent advances, CIO Applications has shortlisted top 10 government tech solution providers and consulting/services that can help organizations in the public sector meet their specific requirements.
We present to you, CIO Applications’ “Top 10 Government Tech Consulting/Services Companies - 2020.”