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Public organizations hold an increasingly prominent position in (international) society. The
expectations of citizens, the business community, politicians and interest groups are increasing
due to factors such as complexity, internationalization and digitalization. Where 'the market' is
unable or unwilling to solve the challenges, 'the public sector' is expected to take care of them. At
the same time, public organizations must adapt their operational management and structure amid
increasingly complex fundraising, financing models and control.

By 'public sector' we mean the entirety of organizations over which the government has a very
large to decisive say, i.e. specifically those organizations that fall under the definition of
‘economic traffic’. Examples are: independent administrative bodies, art & culture sector,

but also the government itself.

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