Forget growth, that's so 2010-15. The latest word to energise the government is productivity. Anything that improves it is good, anything that doesn't, forget it.

There's not a great deal of difference, but the emphasis is slightly more on getting more out of existing resources than increasing resources.

If you're pitching for government money, it's time to perform a Ctrl+H and substitute 'productivity' for 'growth'. It will probably still make sense.