Governments all around the world are putting a greater emphasis on information and communications technology (ICT), recognizing its significance in achieving global competitiveness.
As a result, many government organizations are concentrating their efforts on developing robust digital agendas that increase public services, efficiency, and compliance.
As seen by current economic conditions, countries and societies are becoming more economically intertwined across social, political, and cultural barriers.
Demographic changes have a significant impact on service demand, the tax base, and the employee base.
Growth markets account for the majority of global urbanization. The demand for government services and associated infrastructure grows in tandem with the growth of city populations.
Increasing citizen expectations and engagement:
Citizens are demanding more involvement in public affairs and are looking for ways to actively shape policies that influence their lives. Environmental problems are growing in importance as societies and governments become more aware of what the earth can supply and what it can endure. The necessity of managing scarce resources and conserving the environment will continue to rise.
Growing risks to social order and stability:
High crime rates have an impact on our communities' quality of life and economic development. Better response mechanisms are required in the event of natural catastrophes and emergencies.
Increasing compliance mandates:
Failure to comply with some standards can expose agencies and people to considerable financial, legal, and reputational liabilities.