GOVERNMENT: Transforming the Public Sector
Recent Gauteng Business News
Trends around the globe are continuing to affect the public sector environment and are transforming the way in which governments and agencies are managed. Leadership and integration of political and managerial agendas is fundamental in improving governance controls, increasing efficiency and delivering a service.
“Now more than ever, the public sector is facing immense pressure to deliver improved, innovative and leading services. Developing ICT strategies and solutions that reform the way people interact and work within the sector is necessary for positive change,” emphasises, Ashley de Klerk, divisional director at EOH Public Sector.
EOH’s engagement model is structured around building long-term partnerships. A solution is designed that addresses issues and incorporates future growth potential and requirements. Projects spanning across a variety of sectors including, The Department of Water Affairs, SARS, Transnet, City of Johannesburg and many more has resulted in EOH Public Sector boasting a successful track record and a significant footprint within the public sector environment.
De Klerk explains that the public sector is facing a difficult transition. Meeting expectations, simplifying business processes and complying with changing laws and mandates may prove to be challenging with limited budgets.
South Africa is ready to embrace a change in the public sector and the onus is on the civil servants and politicians to operate in a context of ongoing and accelerating change. “As leaders in providing innovative technology and solutions EOH is excited at being able to work with the sector in transforming their operations and making a lasting difference,” concludes De Klerk.
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