Public Administration

According to estimates made by the United Nations, by 2050, two-thirds of the world's population will live in cities. Every one of these people will require a roof over their heads, reliable infrastructures, and an effective public transportation network. In addition to a rise in demand, citizens' expectations of availability, convenience, and choices are also higher than ever. For officials in public administration, it is important to meet these expectations, but at the same time ensure safety on the streets, an attractive downtown, and clean, breathable air. A daily challenge to say the least, especially with increasingly tight budgets and the watchful eyes of citizens following your every move.