Public Sector


Building tomorrow’s government

Around the world, public sector organizations are facing a range of challenges – such as complex mission requirements, high expectations of citizen service levels, rapid technology changes, and increased budget pressures. Our mission is to help public sector organizations address these challenges, and transform, innovate and optimize to build tomorrow’s government. We bring commercial best practices and industry solutions to suit specific requirements in different regions / countries, and renowned execution capabilities to deliver measurable value with predictability.

USA and Canada

Infosys Public Services – a US-based subsidiary of Infosys – helps federal, state and local, provincial, municipal, and government healthcare organizations become more connected, smart and efficient.


Australia and New Zealand

We provide public sector agencies and departments the best of both words — access to global expertise, and outstanding local talent. Infosys has more than 2,200 professionals in the region, who understand the local markets, standards and culture.



Infosys India business has been closely associated with several government and public sector IT initiatives designed to improve the flow, use and management of information. We believe that the country is at a defining moment in its history and we are proud to be involved in ‘building the nation of tomorrow.’

With vast expertise, the Infosys India business has successfully driven several transformational IT services and solution projects in the country. These projects have addressed pressing issues in financial inclusiveness and access, e-governance, healthcare, utilities, and agricultural and livestock productivity. We have delivered innovative solutions to private sector enterprises, such as mobile banking for a major telecom service provider. These projects are compelling evidence of our efforts to enable India’s growth story and make it a reality for all its citizens.

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