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Council cash constraints - crippling problem or catalyst for change?
Northamptonshire's funding distress signal provides wake-up call for Whitehall and potential powers for cash-strapped councils, says Alan Mo
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Anniversary reboot for Government Transformation
By Rob Anderson
Rob Anderson discusses the progress one year on of the government's Transformation Strategy
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What's in store for NHS technology in 2018
GlobalData healthcare senior analyst Neha Ralhan looks into her crystal ball and predicts significant change, both this year and beyond
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Data is a hot property
By Rob Anderson
Rob Anderson weighs up the likely impact of the Government Property Unit's search for a chief data officer
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Carillion, Capita and Corbyn: UK outsourcing’s triad of troubles
By Jessica Figueras
Jessica Figueras argues the pressure for transformation around outsourcing has never been higher, and those who succeed in this market in future will be tech-savvy and focused, not generalists
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Infographic: public sector IT contracting in pictures
By Jessica Figueras
With first Carillion and now Capita in the spotlight, questions are being asked about government's reliance on large outsourcers. Jessica Figueras examines whether the days of huge contracts and huge suppliers are numbered
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Education has its head in the cloud
By Robert Stoneman
Robert Stoneman explains why attitudes are changing in education to the use of cloud computing. But, he suggests, more can still be done by both buyers and suppliers to drive adoption
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The Carillion carousel
By Jessica Figueras
Remember the government IT strategy driven by GDS in its pomp? Disaggregation, SMEs, a more intelligent customer, more work in-house. In the wake of Carillion, could a similar sea change affect other public sector contracting markets?
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Shared services is dead, long live shared services
By Rob Anderson
The new shared services strategy will reportedly require "a substantive negotiation with SSCL and building of internal capability". In a civil service distracted by Brexit, that may take some doing
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Hancock's half hour
By Jessica Figueras
It wasn’t an easy ministerial reshuffle for Theresa May. But, as Jessica Figueras explains, it did offer some clues as to where the government’s priorities lie – and who will be implementing them
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Tax hikes gives Holyrood £164m public services windfall
Funding increase will give the SNP extra funds to support Health Services, including an extra £550m to support social care. The story is 'as you were' for IT suppliers with Scotland's digital strategy still setting the agenda for how the Scottish Government approaches transformation
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GDS: Now we are Five
By Rob Anderson
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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