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Data loss to seal fate of GDS
By Rob Anderson
As GDS loses its data policy and governance role to DCMS, Rob Anderson offers his perspective on what it all means for the once-mighty digital agency
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The déjà vu of digitising government
By Rob Anderson
Rob Anderson casts a former civil servant’s knowing eye over a new manifesto for better public services, and highlights the importance of the people factor
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Passport to protectionism
By Jessica Figueras
You could see this week’s ‘blue passports’ furore coming a mile off, says Jessica Figueras, chief analyst at GlobalData Public Sector
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Opportunity to get in bed with healthcare innovators
By Jessica Figueras
Jessica Figueras discusses the opportunities arising from Phase 2 of the Test Bed programme
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Corbyn's customs coup
By Jessica Figueras
Technology is being asked to square the circle and solve the Northern Irish border, post-Brexit. But, as Jessica Figueras explains, given IT's delivery track record, that's quite an ask
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G-Cloud: not dead, just resting…
 The entire spend data from G-Cloud's history until the end of 2017 was recently published and, at first glance, there are several causes for concern. While cumulative spend continues to rise, the monthly growth rate has declined steadily over
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AI and Automation in Education: the challenges and opportunities
By Robert Stoneman
In a new policy brief, Rob Stoneman examines the impact of AI and automation upon pedagogy, as highlighted recently at the Bett education technology show
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Reading the political runes for local outsourcers
By Jessica Figueras
Alan Mo looks at what the likely political fortunes in May's local elections means for outsourcing specialists
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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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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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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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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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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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