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Fife moves to mobile working
Linda Robertson, programme manager for mobile and flexible working at Fife Council, on how mobile working has helped develop an entirely new working culture as well as make significant cost savings
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Access for all on council websites
By David Bicknell
Colin Stenning, digital services manager at Bracknell Forest Council, explains how services can be delivered online while minimising the digital divide
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A diverse week in the life of a CIO
By David Wilde
Essex County Council's chief information officer David Wilde on fighting the ghost in the machine, supporting economic growth, delivering flexible work in action and joining up public services
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A tale of two councils
By Charlotte Jee
Rob Miller, CIO for Kingston and Sutton councils' recently-created shared ICT service, talks about moving local government towards using mobile technology and how he's laying the groundwork for a 'Cloud First' policy for the two councils
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Delivering digital leadership in the datacentre
By David Bicknell
Government Computing microsite showcases the provision of better, faster and cheaper public services
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Picking up speed
By David Bicknell
What lessons are being learned about how the public services network (PSN) is developing? Our latest Q&A discussion offers some answers
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Change is the new normal
Disruptive leadership in technology in local government is not just a challenge for heads of ICT, says Emer Coleman, former deputy director of digital engagement in the Government Digital Service.
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'PSN1' motorway: opening this year
By David Bicknell
The creation of the public services network mirrors the fledgling days of the UK's motorways in the Sixties: the infrastructure is in place, but, says David Bicknell, the surrounding security and services still must evolve to fully support the traffic
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Cambridgeshire takes a digital first direction
By Gill Hitchcock
Cambridgeshire council's IT head Noelle Godfrey tells Gill Hitchcock about expanding the county's PSN, its use of 'bring your own device' and the development of local democracy 'shape your place' websites
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Govcamp tunes in public sector's digital channel
By David Bicknell
'Unconference' on London's South Bank fosters drive towards public sector digital agenda
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Can Blaenavon shift from coal to shared services?
By Gill Hitchcock
A resource centre shared by Torfaen and Monmouthshire councils and Gwent police is unique in Wales. But a lack of ICT skills and evidence of savings could hold it back. Gill Hitchcock reports.
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Opinion: Making innovative use of council assets pays real dividends
The Head of ICT Strategy & Commissioning at Leeds City Council, Dave Maidment, talks about the council's joint venture with its neighbour Bradford Metropolitan Borough Council to deliver a unique 'concession contract' model for wireless services in both cities
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The NAO report and PSN - a PSNGB perspective
In a guest article, PSNGB director Neil Mellor says cheaper ICT doesn't necessarily mean better government. A measure of value must be extended to encompass the additional benefits that ICT can enable
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PSN Q&A: realising the ambition
By David Bicknell
Shared services, the potential for PSN in Norfolk, security assurance, and PSN business cases were on the agenda for our recent PSN Q&A discussion
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