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GX Podcast hosts Roberto Croci, Managing Director of Microsoft for Startups in the Middle East & Africa Region

In this episode of the GX Podcast, Ian Khan speaks with Roberto Croci who is leading a trailblazing effort to work with startups in the Middle East.

Digital India: On Delivery of Citizen Services

India is increasingly providing digital government services. Now we need reliable and timely delivery.

GX Talks - Leadership Dialogues with Mohamed Bin Taliah, Shai-Lee Spigelman, Theo Blackwell and Tanya Filer

A special session of GX Talks was recently hosted in collaboration with StateUp, titled: "Regenerating public services for an evolving world". Watch the session here.

What Will the World Look Like in 2030?

Big demographic, economic and technological changes are coming — from an aging population in the U.S. and the rise of sub-Saharan Africa as a compelling middle-class market to automation causing “technological unemployment,” according to Wharton management professor Mauro Guillen.

4 Tips on Setting Up Hybrid Government Services During Covid-19

Successfully providing both virtual and in-person government services where needed, and ensuring workers can work alongside AI resources.

Does digitalisation reduce corruption?

This think piece explores the effects of specific digitalisation reforms on different types of corruption and the policy channels through which they operate. It calls for greater synergies between digital government reforms and anti-corruption strategies.

When Necessity is the Mother of Invention

When humanity’s back is against the wall, we have an opportunity to come together with a shared purpose to achieve greatness through ideas and innovation


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This is an opportunity for anyone and everyone to contribute and share ideas and thoughts that can shape government services in every imaginable way. Contribute and share knowledge with other thought leaders, innovators, futurists, civil servants, policy specialists, academics and decision makers as well as with thinktanks, labs, government organizations, corporations and startups.

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You can contribute various types of content like: case studies, articles, book reviews, opinions, policy briefs, podcasts and videos among others. But they must be directly or indirectly related to the conversation around the services governments deliver to citizens and businesses.



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