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Future State 2030 

We explore how governments must respond to the global megatrends driving change into 2030.
Future State 2030

More than at any point in human history, we live in a world where events and decisions in one part of the world can influence lives on the other side of our planet. Technology is connecting people within and across national boundaries and disrupting existing assumptions. Mounting public debt is limiting the scope of governments to act in a range of policy areas. We are seeing an increase in the frequency and magnitude of extreme weather events.

Recognising these changes are underway, KPMG International engaged with the Mowat Centre, School of Public Policy and Governance, University of Toronto to better understand the megatrends that will have the most significant impact on governments and citizens alike in the years ahead.

What needs to change?

Find out more about the key changes required of governments to achieve the characteristics of a 'leading practice' government of the future.

Further information

Further information
If you would like a presentation on the global megatrends for a conference or strategy workshop, please contact Michael Hiller, National Leader – Infrastructure, Government and Healthcare.

Download: Future State 2030

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Learn more about the global megatrends and the potential impact on government's core responsibilities of economic prosperity, security, social cohesion and environmental sustainability.

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Video: Future State 2030 – Global Megatrends

Video: Future State 2030 – Global Megatrends
Our animated infographic previews the nine global megatrends Future State 2030 identifies as most salient to the future of governments.

Infographic: Global megatrends

Global megatrends infographic
This infographic provides a clear overview of the key megatrends our Future State report predicts will have the most significant impact into 2030.

Government

KPMG works with all levels of government (federal, state, local, agencies) to help them respond to policy and service delivery challenges.