The new everyday in the public sector
Continued investment in Covid-driven digital change could increase UK GDP by £232bn, or 6.9%, by 2040.
This is according to our recent report with the Centre for Economics and Business Research (Cebr).
Simply by continuing to invest in digital infrastructure projects we could boost the economy by the equivalent of half a London over the next two decades.
Across local government, education and healthcare, efficiencies and cost-savings from digital adoption could be reinvested in jobs, public infrastructure and innovation, boosting the UK economy by £75 billion in 2040.
Our new report explores how digital leaders in the public sector have embraced such tech solutions to deliver better services and boost the economy at the same time.
- How flexible working, digital delivery of services and using big data better in the public sector can benefit taxpayers and contribute to GDP growth
- How local authorities and the NHS are using digital innovations to save significant amounts of time
- How employee productivity can be improved by taking advantage of the latest digital innovations
- Which parts of the public sector could generate the biggest benefits from undertaking digital transformation projects
- Why ‘digital’ meetings are proving even more effective than face-to-face sessions across the healthcare sector
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