Today, more than ever, there is an increased tendency of using the Information and communication technologies (ICT) as essential tools in transformation the work of legislative bodies throughout the world. Technology is fundamentally changing the delivery of public service and breaking down barriers for interaction with constituents. ICT has become sophisticated and flexible enough to assist the governments and parliaments in their most important responsibilities: making laws and communicating with the citizens.

Nextsense is enabler in helping Parliaments, Governments and civil servants to reach their full potential. Nextsense Government solutions help to strengthen Governments and Parliaments in twenty-first century to be more representative, transparent, accessible, accountable and effective through ICT.

Our solutions also enable the citizens, in all their diversity, to be more engaged in the public life, by having easy access to high quality information. Open and transparent government-citizen interactions promote a more efficient, agile, and accountable administration.

Modern e-Parliament is an organization where connected stakeholders use information and communication technologies to support its primary functions of representation, law-making and oversight more effectively.

Government and Parliaments have long been burdened with enormous amounts of paperwork. Nextsense Government solutions are focused on reducing the cost and times spent on processing paperwork and at the same time preserve our environment by eliminating a paper based workflow.

Another significant aspect is that e-Government solutions could lead Parliaments and Governments into promoting democratic governance and constituents’ participation with use of ICTs. The potential for the e-Democracy is to significantly enhance the way that the institutions conduct their processes and operations is now more evident than ever before.

With Nextsense e-Democracy solutions, governments and parliaments can now engage a new generation of citizens for whom ICT is central to their way of life and to whom the concepts of participatory networked societies and social and political engagement through new media are highly valued.