Governments’ interest in blockchain stems from the technology’s ability to improve security, transparency, efficiency, and speed in government services and processes. Generally, government agencies use inefficient, centralized systems that do not provide transparency. Even though many governments value agency interoperability, system infrastructure is often siloed and isolated from the others, making it time-consuming and expensive to share information and transact assets between the different parts of the government network. The current inefficiencies in government systems make government services and operations prone to error, cyber attacks, information manipulation, and corruption. Governments across the world are realizing that blockchain technology can be a practical solution to many of these problems.