Randeep Sudan is currently the Adviser on Digital Strategy and Government Analytics with the World Bank based in Singapore. His role focuses on helping governments globally, to design and implement digital strategies, and leverage analytics for better developmental outcomes. He was previously the Practice Manager for the ICT Sector, in the World Bank's Global Practice on Transport and ICT in Washington DC.
In this capacity, he led a global team of ICT professionals supporting developing countries on policies and programs relating to broadband infrastructure, mobile networks, digital services, and ICT industry development.
Prior to joining the World Bank he worked as a member of the Indian Administrative Service, and was part of the leadership team that helped the state of Andhra Pradesh in India, to make significant progress in digital government, and become an important international destination for IT-based services. He has a Master’s degree from the London School of Economics.