In late 2015, Dustin embarked with his colleague Paul W. Taylor on a new research project to look at the future of public service through the lens of exponential trends. More importantly, they wanted to identify what the key characteristics would be of a government agency that embraced exponential trends to improve service delivery and internal operations. This process turned into Exponential Government, which will continue to be a research focus of us through e.Republic Labs & Digital Communities throughout 2016. An early glimpse of the research can be viewed below.
You can also watch Dustin give the William P. Hobby Distinguished Lecture at Texas State University on Exponential Government below.