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@gov is designed to deliver insights.

@gov is a new digital magazine designed to deliver forward thinking and transformative insights to government professionals as they face increasing demands and emerging societal needs in a changing world.

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Delivering in-depth insights spanning issues that affect both national and local governments, @gov looks at topics critical to success for governments today.

Welcome to the inaugural edition of @gov, the new digital magazine from KPMG, designed for government decision-makers.

The recent KPMG-Forbes Annual Survey on business transformation demonstrated the continuing impact of disruption and innovation, as leaders search for more efficient ways of deploying technology to power change initiatives in their organizations. The expectation among citizens that government provide similar technology solutions as private enterprise has also opened up a new set of challenges, along with a corresponding need for more customer-centric transformation strategies. Finally, the search for fresh insights to keep up with the pace of change has prompted leaders to seek lessons from governments in other jurisdictions, with many wishing for greater insights into emerging trends and best practices.

With @gov, we want to start a conversation that challenges the way you think about the most pressing issues in government and public sector leadership. We will aim to provide insight and analysis that is relevant, timely, easily digestible, and can be usefully applied in a public sector setting. Above all, we want a dialogue with you so we welcome your feed back and input.

The theme of this issue is ‘Transforming government in the age of technology’ and topics explored by our professionals include digital identification and the challenges of implementation across key jurisdictions, the public policy imperatives surrounding the rise of autonomous vehicles, government data sharing and the balance shift from privacy toward protection, in addition to cyber security and government vulnerability to cyber crime.

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The information contained herein is of a general nature and is not intended to address the circumstances of any particular individual or entity. Although we endeavour to provide accurate and timely information, there can be no guarantee that such information is accurate as of the date it is received or that it will continue to be accurate in the future. No one should act on such information without appropriate professional advice after a thorough examination of the particular situation.

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