In a world where technological progress has led to radical change, with organisations built on internet foundations raising citizens’ expectations of what all services should deliver, how can governments designed for the offline world keep up?

A new report, Transforming Government for the 21st Century, commissioned by the Tony Blair Institute for Global Change, outlines a bold, exciting and necessary model for how this might work and includes an interview with Professor Mark Thompson, a director of the initiative in the Digital Economy (INDEX).

You can read the full report here.

The report also draws on Professor Thompson’s work citing the following papers:

Getting it right this time: Why the strategy is not about delivery for NHSX

Better PUBLIC Services: The Green Paper accompanying Better Public Services, A Manifesto

Disrupting Government: Reassessing Social Value for the Internet Age