Published by Datamonitor
on Dec 9, 2009
, 13 pages
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In collaboration with analysts from Datamonitor's Telecoms, Healthcare and Consumer Markets business units, in this brief Ovum's Government Technology team outlines the key changes in the government sector, explains which trends will have the biggest impact, and analyses the implications and opportunities of these developments for both governments and providers of technologies and services.Scope
- This brief outlines operational issues and technology enablers that are expected to affect the government sector during 2010.
- The report covers developments in North America and Europe.
Technology will play an increasingly critical role in enhancing government business processes, providing constituents with better access to public services and ensuring a more equitable and prosperous society.
For the past ten years government technology has been fuelled by increasing public spending, but the recent downturn has seen this trend come to an abrupt end. Next year, 2010, will be a crucial year, as governments attempt to implement policies to recover from the financial crisis, and will see the market come under intense pressure.Reasons to Purchase
- Understand the key operational trends to watch during 2010.
- Gain insight into the technologies that governments must either invest in or extract more value from in 2010.