Digital Government Transformation


Digital technology is making a new world for us all. How can government meet the challenge? Transformation is about more than putting citizens at the center and getting services online. It’s about anticipating, even pre-empting citizen needs – enabling autonomy, protecting data, and sharing securely.

We believe that key digital technologies like AI, RPA, Cloud Services, and IoT can lay the foundation for a better digital future, transforming the relationship between citizen and state. With end-to-end digitalization of systems and processes, governments can better connect with citizens, keep pace with rising demand for omnichannel services, and deliver more effective, accountable, and transparent public services.

Continued pressure on budgets is driving difficult decisions about spending priorities. Private sector companies, compelled by an ever-competitive business environment, have already embraced digital. It’s time for governments to do the same.

Agile Government – Taking a Citizen-Centric Approach to Transformation

Faced with growing demands for more personalized, transparent, agile, secure, and engaging citizen experiences, government organizations are turning to digital platforms to improve service delivery, enable data-driven decisions, and ensure greater transparency.

Fujitsu UVANCE Trusted Society

We are working together with public organizations to help create safe and secure communities. Our goal is to ensure that citizens can have peace of mind, accessibility, participation and resilience across all public services. Find how we are creating innovative, trustworthy technologies to solve social challenges and add more value to people.

Market Place Retail Commerce

Solving Complex Problems through Trusted Digital Business Solutions


Robotic Process Automation (RPA)

RPA leverages software to emulate the interactions of people and technology. For governments, RPA can enable 24/7 processing, increase efficiency, and improve governance.


Streamline government operations, reduce tax fraud, improve voting, and foster more transparent government-citizen relations.


Data Driven Governments

Globally, the pace of change is accelerating, and businesses must digitally shift to keep up. Impacted by disruptive competition, drastic work-life changes and new requirements for sustainability and traceability, many are looking to leverage their data as an enabler for faster and complex decision making to thrive in uncertain times.


Internet of Things (IoT)

Using smart devices and data to provide better services, greater safety, smarter public infrastructure, and strategic traffic management.


Geographic Information Systems

Communication, collaboration, and analysis of issues based on location can provide detailed local, regional, national, and global pictures of hydrological impact, affected municipalities, and road networks.

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Future of Workforce

Employees’ expectations have changed not just in private sector but in the Public sector too. Learn how our workforce solutions are enabling remote worker productivity and enhancing employee engagement.

Technical debt

Within the public sector, technical debt costs billions and is putting a brake on digital transformation. Learn how we can help you to reduce your technical debt and advance your transformation.

Centralizing data

Extracting maximum data value is now a top priority for government. Discover how we can help you overcome the technical challenges of integrating databases and learn how we can help you tie data together consistently and accurately to produce the insight needed to improve government decision-making and enhance citizen services.

Grants management

With federal government pushing hard to see the results of grants spending, the need for effective grants management systems is acute.find out more about our grants management solution and how it is enabling increased transparency, two-way tracking and reduced wastage.

Cyber Security in Government

Within the public sector, the stakes are high for CISOs. Departments that are unable to protect systems and data from breach or loss, risk financial and reputational damage as well as more importantly - the loss of citizen trust.

Smart Cities

As cities work to improve service delivery, the constituent experience and residents’ quality of life, it’s important for them to assess new smart city projects with how they fit into overall strategies and goals. Discover the 3 ways you can take it to the next level.