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GDS: Now we are Five
The fifth birthday of GOV.UK recently showed GDS to be in an upbeat mood. The departure of several senior figures has certainly led to a more softly-softly approach in the way the centre seeks to work with the key parts of government
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It’s All STEM Ahead for New All-Digital University
By Robert Stoneman
One of Higher Education’s most exciting projects, NMiTE, will establish the UK’s first ‘greenfield’ university for three decades. And it has ambitious ICT plans to support its digital vision
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Brexit leak stokes fears UK Higher Education could lose its 'premier destination' status
By Robert Stoneman
Universities are bracing themselves for stormy waters ahead as the first hints of a post-Brexit education policy start to emerge
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GDS: last week's waning star, next week's star attraction
While the Conservative manifesto makes no mention of GDS; a strengthened Tory administration appears to commit to a re-booted organisation to drive Whitehall's digital transformation
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Digital transformation in government: Reasons to be cheerful, one, two three..
When it comes to public sector digital transformation, there are reasons for optimism, despite the enormous economic and structural challenges faced, argues Gary Barnett, GlobalData's head of enterprise advisory
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The NHS gets connected
A key message from this year's UK e-Health Week event was the need for a focus on pushing forward with planning for whole health care economies rather than fragmented, separate organisations
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The joy of democracy
Public sector digital innovation may fall down the priorities of a Whitehall preoccupied with Brexit, with the digital pace being set instead by local government and healthcare bodies
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Time to drop the digital and focus on the transformation
When will public sector digital leaders break out of their digital echo chamber, asks GlobalData's head of enterprise advisory Gary Barnett
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Scotland's second strategy sets its sights on smart skills
Hot on the heels of the UK Government Transformation Strategy, Scotland has set out its own technology ambitions to tackle a digital skills gap and open up non-personal data
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Government Digital Strategy: a diminutive development
Whitehall's long awaited digital plan tells us little we didn't already know and should be treated therefore, not as a news source, but as evidence of what's being kept or killed by May's new regime
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Digital government and the war for talent
Jessica Figueras and Dan Jones, from GlobalData Public Sector, argue public sector technology leaders are up against it in the battle to build a winning workforce
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GlobalData insights: G-Cloud trends 1
GlobalData Public Sector research finds central government has become increasingly influential to driving G-Cloud sales compared to the wider public sector
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Where are the key digital details in government transformation plan?
Despite seeing some positives on data registers, GD Public Sector's Rob Anderson questions the lack of concrete plans for meeting the more ambitious aims of the Government Transformation Strategy
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Edtech trends bigger and BETT-er than ever
Robert Stoneman looks at lessons from Bett 2017 on the possible roles for VR and cloud technology, alongside more traditional computing solutions, to help drive change in a tighter fiscal environment
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Council business rate changes may drive fresh thinking on fraud
With UK councils losing an estimated £2.1bn to fraud annually, upcoming changes to business rate provision may provide fresh impetus to tackle error
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