FutureGov is Asia’s only government, education and healthcare modernisation title. Serving the largest and longest established network of senior public sector officials in Asia and the Middle East, FutureGov works closely with our readers to identify the opportunities for improving the governance, efficiency and citizen engagement of public sector organisations.
FutureGov enjoys a unique reach into the region's public sector organisations through our print and online publications, the world’s largest international network of government modernisation conferences, our in house bespoke research, and our documentary IP TV.
As a result, the FutureGov audience has grown over the last 9 years to more than 48,000 public sector stakeholders on the back of our commitment to developing all our content through specialist staff writers.
Our team of editors, journalists and conference researchers is headed up by Laurence Millar, a former Government Chief Information Officer, which serves to underline FutureGov’s status as the trusted provider of content to the region’s senior officials.
Key elements of the multi-platform community include the award-winning FutureGov magazine (originally known as ‘Public Sector Technology & Management’); the annual FutureGov Summit – which brings together the region’s most senior civil servants at a closed-door executive retreat; the world’s largest network of public sector and security events; FutureGov Research – Asia’s only independent public sector research house; the FutureGov Awards series – which in 2009 received over 550 nominations; English online publications; and FutureGov TV.
FutureGov is a trademark of Alphabet Media, a trade media business specialising in the public sector. We are headquartered in Singapore, with an office in Australia. In 2009 we won the 'Spirit of Enterprise Awards' for being enterprising, and high-spirited. In 2009 FutureGov received Winner of MPAS Online Publication of the Year, in 2010 - Winner of one Asian Publishing Award & MPAS Trade Magazine of the Year, 2011 Winner of two Asian Publishing Awards and in 2012 FutureGov Summit won Best CEO Level Conference for the events side of the business.
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