Big Data Analytics in Europe's Public Sector

Increasing Real-world Implementations Offer a Glimpse of Vast Opportunities Awaiting the Public Sector

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The public sector has vast amounts of data it has historically held, managed, and used. Today, it faces increasing user (citizen) expectations to improve existing services and expand across areas like healthcare as the elderly population increases globally, while improving efficiency under increasing budgetary pressures. Big Data Analytics (BDA) can help tackle these challenges. As an impartial overview of potential applications and benefits, this research leverages broad documentary research and interviews with BDA ecosystem participants to serve as inspiration and orientation to public sector bodies that want to tap into the potential of BDA.

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Executive SummaryKey Findings Key Findings (continued)MethodologyObjective, Scope, and MethodologyFundamentals—Public SectorPublic Sector—A Basic DefinitionPublic Sector—A Basic Definition (continued)Public Sector—Specific Challenges and EvolutionPublic Sector Economic Significance─Government Expenditure as Percentage of Gross Domestic ProductPublic DebtSlowing Growth in Developed CountriesBig Data AnalyticsVolume, Variety, Velocity, and VeracityA Broader Take on BDABig Data in the Age of the TelegraphKey Sources of Big DataBig Data AnalyticsBig Data Analytics (continued)Frost & Sullivan’s DefinitionsGeneric Applications and Benefits of BDAPotential BDA Application Areas across IndustriesBDA Supplier LandscapeA Framework for Big Data AnalyticsApplications in the Public SectorBig Data and Open DataSize of the Big Data Opportunity in the Public SectorTaxonomies of ApplicationsTaxonomies of Applications (continued)A Framework for Big Data Analytics Applications in the Public SectorBig Data Analytics Use Cases in the Public SectorSocial Protection, and Public Order and SafetyPublic Order and SafetyHealthEconomic AffairsHealth, and Public Order and SafetyGeneral Public Services (Traffic Management)Further Applications Further Applications (continued)Further Applications (continued)Further Applications (continued)Further Applications (continued)Further Applications (continued)Challenges and Success Factors of Big Data Analytics Initiatives in the Public Sector Conflicting Priorities, Objectives, and Challenges for Public SectorTechnological ChallengesRisk of Overreliance on BDAOrganisational ChallengesPrivacy and Regulatory ChallengesPrivacy, Security, Legitimacy, and a Normative DebateCharacteristics of Successful BDA Initiatives in the Public SectorDiscussionDiscussionDiscussion (continued)The Final WordThe Final WordLegal DisclaimerThe Frost & Sullivan StoryThe Frost & Sullivan StoryValue Proposition—Future of Your Company & CareerGlobal PerspectiveIndustry Convergence360º Research PerspectiveImplementation ExcellenceOur Blue Ocean Strategy




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