Government & Public Sector Insights
Welcome to EY Government and Public Sector Insights. We present fresh perspectives from EY colleagues who are working with governments around the globe, helping them face the challenges of a rapidly-changing world.
We examine new thinking on effective city mobility, how disruptive technologies impact transportation and how behavioral techniques can inform policymaking.
How entrepreneurs, corporations and governments work together determines how well cities can build a better working world. We call this the Power of Three.
The recent influx of migrants into Europe has presented leaders with a massive challenge. We explore the impact and ways to manage the crisis.
The rapidly evolving digital landscape opens a new role for government CTOs. Here are five key questions they should consider to drive digital transformation.
Rural transport infrastructure is often a lower priority for public investment, but the infrastructure is important for sustainable economic growth and should not be neglected.
Elevated fiscal risks in both developed and emerging economies should encourage governments to conduct a careful assessment of their approach to fiscal management.
Smart transport infrastructure is a critical enabler for economic growth and competitiveness and should be the backbone of any effective smart city strategy.
Bankruptcy risk among US municipalities has been a low-probability, little-debated question. However, with Detroit now emerged from its historic bankruptcy, the issue deserves more investigation.
Catalyzing private sector and cross-border investment for gains
Public private partnerships are critical to accelerating investment in transport corridors and activate their economic gains. We explore the core characteristics of successful projects across collaboration, capital, and risk and project management.
Maximizing the economic returns from mega events
With the economic impact of mega events difficult to measure, maintaining policy focus on economic competitiveness is critical to achieving a positive legacy.
The digital transformation of public engagement through social media is well underway. How can governments leverage this to anticipate or react to public sentiment and demands?
As the older population increases, policymakers will need to rethink previous judgments about seniors to maximize their potential contributions to productivity and economic growth.