Because society is changing at a rapid pace due to shifts in generational structure and technological advancements, the primary constraint that public administrators must contend with is the speed with which they can put policy changes into effect. Whenever the government is confronted with external pressure in response to ethnocentric demands, its policies must be universal in scope.
In this situation, policies cannot be tailored to meet the specific needs of individuals. When it comes to the delivery of public services, technology is yet another significant constraint that government administrators must contend with. The delivery of all policies through technology is impossible because technology must first pass security tests to ensure safety and security.