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The government needs to get its ‘digital mojo’ back: here’s how
With little ‘digital’ of note in the Autumn Statement, Eduserv’s Jos Creese warns the government’s digital ambitions are on the slow track
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Local government makes progress on countering data breaches
Egress chief executive Tony Pepper says a 20% drop in data breaches for local government is good news, but there is still work to do
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Can technology change the consciousness of a city?
Digital strategist and innovation consultant Abhay Adhikari provides an answer developed through a series of experiments run in eight cities
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A Matter of Record
Council and healthcare users weigh up long term options for preservation of their digital assets and usability of institutional records
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Councils urged to focus their efforts on collaboration and sharing
By David Bicknell
Former Surrey and Croydon ICT Lead Nick Roberts says individual organisations have neither all the information they need to successfully complete end to end citizen tasks, nor the resources to succeed alone
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Do we need a cloud-first mandate in local government?
Eduserv’s Jos Creese says UK councils have a way to go in understanding how the cloud can or should play a role in local public services modernisation
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When will UK citizens have the chance to vote online?
Ian Brook of Scytl asks whether advanced encryption and decryption methods that incorporate digital signatures and immutable logs may lead to improved trust in, and the wider adoption of e-voting
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Worcestershire targets delivering 100% of services online
By David Bicknell
Council believes by focusing on app-driven digital channels developed with OutSystems, it can cut costs, simplify council interaction for citizens, and share solutions with other authorities
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Could the changing shape of social care have an impact on workloads?
As 60% of local authority senior leaders indicate that information is or will be recorded electronically by social care practitioners – at the point of contact – within the next two years, Mark Raeburn looks at what this means for the sector
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The unintended consequence of “Digital Transformation”
Carlos Oliveira, founder and chief executive of Shaping Cloud, explains that when it comes to true “digital transformation”, process transformation happens before the digital phase
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Building the right team to support the beautiful local government game
Chris Ginnelly, managing director of Civica Digital Solutions, explores the similarities between running a digitally enabled local authority and managing a winning football team
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Councils must exit slow lane when it comes to future IT strategy
IT teams need to work with their organisations to improve the business understanding of cloud limitations, risks and opportunities argues Eduserv’s Jos Creese
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Ed Garcez and BT's Tom Baker plot London ICT framework success
By David Bicknell
Garcez and Baker hope to see health organisations using a new £200m ICT framework and everyone sharing the learning from it
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AWS public sector lead welcomes UK cloud computing "maturity"
By Neil Merrett
Max Peterson argues organisations such as TFL demonstrate a new focus on transformational service functions; highlights importance of G-Cloud flexibility to ensure innovation
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Why Michael Gove is wrong about EU procurement rules
Vote Leave's claim that EU public procurement legislation creates a multibillion pound bill for the taxpayer may have generated some heat, but not much light. And its argument for procurement change is misleading, says Andy Haigh of Sixfold International
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