Deep Knowledge Analytics
GovTech Division 

The GovTech Division of Deep Knowledge Analytics focuses on producing sophisticated open-access and proprietary analytics that reveal major factors driving the ongoing transformation of the global GovTech industry, main sectors to be changed, barriers to this process, and ways to overcome them. The division conducts quantitative analytics and benchmarking on the main types of technologies used by GovTech including blockchain, AI and machine learning, IoT, robotic automation, and geospatial data analysis, with emphasis on the best examples of their implementation.

Analytical Dashboards

GovTech Global Dashboard
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UK Digital Ecosystem
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GovTech in the UK Dashboard
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InvestTech Platform
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Global Longevity Governance Dashboard
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Longevity Governance
in the UK 
Dashboard
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Videos

Global GovTech
GovTech in the UK
Digital UK Ecosystem
InvestTech Platform
Global Longevity Governance
Longevity Governance in the UK

Analytical Reports

GovTech in the UK
Industry Overview 2022
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Global GovTech Industry
Landscape Overview 2022
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Longevity Governance
Index 2022
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Interactive Mindmaps

GovTech in UK 2022
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Longevity Industry in UK 2022
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Frameworks

Longevity Index
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GovTech Industry Framework
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Digital Ecosystem Framework
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Previous Events

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GovTech Development During COVID-19:
How Technologies Have Helped

‘GovTech Development During COVID-19: How Technologies Have Helped’ is a conference dedicated to coverage of the most effective E-government and GovTech solutions, implemented during the COVID-19 period. The scope of the conference split into five main directions that are - Government Efficiency, Economy Resilience, Healthcare Management, Quarantine Efficiency, and Vaccination Rate.