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EY Creates New Center for Government Modernization

The “big four” consultant has already begun producing thought leadership in the form of reports, case studies and events with a focus on several specific topic areas of concern to modern government agencies.

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EY, one of the “big four” consulting firms, has launched a new initiative meant to produce thought leadership on government innovation.

The Center for Government Modernization has already begun producing reports and lining up events focused on three key areas:

  • Optimizing government operations
  • Equity and well-being
  • Constituent experience

Each area has several sub-topics, including broadband, cybersecurity, legacy modernization and AI strategy.

The Center is part of EY’s U.S. Government and Public Sector Practice.

“The center, which encompasses our expertise, relationships and technology solutions, will produce cutting-edge insights for public sector leaders and support government agencies as they build a stronger nation,” said Gerry Dixon, managing partner at EY US Government and Public Sector, in a press release.

Among the work the center has already done is a recent report covering cybersecurity trends in the federal government, based on a survey of 200 federal employees.

EY’s public-sector practice involves a wide range of work including supply chain management, cybersecurity and legacy modernization. It works with the federal government as well as state and local jurisdictions.