Government, Policy and Technology
The Government, Policy and Technology (GPT) cluster of the Public Policy House focuses on the intertwined relationship between technology and government. Technology is a key enabler of the collective agency of government, society and citizens at large. Governments are, therefore, constantly seeking to explore and determine how new technologies can be designed and developed to be deployed in a way that enhances public services, quality of life and living standards.

To assist governments locally and internationally in understanding the potential opportunities and repercussions that may arise from emergent technologies, the GPT runs a range of engagement activities with potential key users of new technologies. Such activities include foresight seminars, design-fiction workshops, scenarios, simulations, living labs, ethnographic research, sociological analysis, and impact analysis.

The results of these activities are shared via different media, including case studies, research papers, policy briefs, podcasts, video-recordings, panel discussions, and thought-leadership all made available over social media.

GPT also organises customised executive education seminars and programmes pertaining to all aspects of technology and government. This includes topics such as technology policy, digital government, AI policy, leading innovation government, government and the 4th industrial revolution, policy design and foresight tools.
 
Climate and energy transition
 
  • In education
  • In research
  • In policy notes and articles
  • In workshops and conferences
Affordable healthcare
 
  • In education
  • In research
  • In policy notes and articles
  • In workshops and conferences


Finance for society
 
  • In education
  • In research
  • In policy notes and articles
  • In workshops and conferences
Mis à jour le 23 septembre 2021