Helping governments and citizens work together
Do more with less, has become a mantra for austerity. The real challenge, though, is to discover how to promote more positive and more active collaboration – to create initiatives in which citizens want to play an active part.
And this needs to happen in a society, in which for now at least, there is no universal digital literacy: one half of society hardly knows how to hold a pencil anymore while the other still says “please” to mail services.
As we move towards a digitally empowered society, Atos makes a strong partner in transformation, with special focus on analytics, citizen-engagement and cyber-security.
For 30 years, Atos has been bringing the benefits of continuous innovation to a broad spectrum of government agencies, from defense to education, from treasury to healthcare. Let’s take the next step together.
Less than half of the EU population is digitally literate.
UK Government Gateway project – case study
“…the Government Gateway is a major government asset… and, with over 18 million users, it has become a linchpin in the delivery of public sector eServices to citizens and businesses alike.”
eDelivery Team – UK Government Gateway projectView our Government Gateway Case Study
Atos digital transformation solutions in central government.
Infrastructure Transformation and Hybrid Cloud
Cloud computing is a key enabler in digitally advanced and citizen-centric government.
Tax, Treasury and Customs
Secure, transparent and responsible financial management underpins public confidence.
Atos Codex Analytics
There is no longer any excuse not to support all government decisions with timely and accurate data.
Justice and Public Safety
Police and justice systems must operate efficiently and effectively to earn public trust and support.
The safety of nations and their citizens now depends on cyber-security practices.
Improve collaboration between agencies using shared services to reduce cost and boost efficiency.
Explore scenarios in which new services and budget restrictions need not pose contradiction.
Governments can collect and process more data in a nanosecond than their predecessors could in 20 years – but do we get the benefits?
Egbert Jan Koekkoek
Head of Global Strategy and Business Development, Global Public Sector and Healthcare
Niels de Schutter