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E-Invoicing and the public sector – how to stop adoption falling behind
Basware UK managing director Amabel Grant asks why UK public sector e-Invoicing adoption is stalling and what the key barriers may be to take up
Business > Efficiency > Features
Cognitive computing can transform the NHS
Andreas Haimböck-Tichy, director, Healthcare and Life Sciences, IBM UKI explains how cognitive systems can add “layers of value” for those involved in public healthcare
Public Services > Healthcare > Features
Driving positive outcomes through digital literacy
With less money and more demand for services, Leeds City Council needs to ensure that digital transformation delivers better outcomes for its citizens. Its ambition is a 100% Digital Leeds, where everyone has the skills they need to use the Internet, says the council's digital and learning development manager for libraries, Jason Tutin
Public Services > Healthcare > Features
How the Cloud can help us plan for Brexit
The deployment of cloud technologies mayhelp ease some of the planning necessary to help shape the new post-Brexit political and economic landscape, says John Glover, sales & marketing director at Kahootz
Infrastructure > Cloud > Features
In defence of G-Cloud
Nicky Stewart, commercial director at Skyscape Cloud Services, responds to recent concerns about G-Cloud from Memset co-founder and managing director Kate Craig-Wood
Public Services > Central government > Features
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
Management > CIO > Features
Would a Brexit slow the UK Government's digital transformation drive?
James Norman, public sector CIO at EMC, considers the implications on Whitehall digital transformation of a vote to Leave the EU
Public Services > Central government > Features
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
Public Services > Central government > Features
Agile is not a noun, it's...'scheduled maintenance'
By David Bicknell
LocalGovCamp discussion highlights agile challenge for central and local exponents
Public Services > Central government > Features
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
Public Services > Central government > Features
Learning the project management lessons from the Dead Presidents Society
By David Bicknell
As the race for the White House heats up, a new book takes a look at the project management and sponsorship lessons learned from the terms of 38 former US presidents
Public Services > Central government > Features
Britain must keep pace in eGovernment stakes
Sharon Bagshaw, vice president, Central Government, Defence and Health, IBM UK and Ireland looks forward to when British eGovernment - and the rest of Europe - is as digitally mature as the Nordic nations
Public Services > Central government > Features
Putting public procurement beyond reproach
Amanda Pilkington, a legal director with DLA Piper, offers some best practice advice on ways in which contracting authorities can seek to protect themselves against subsequent scrutiny of an award decision in an increasingly challenging procurement environment
Business > Procurement > Features
The future of public sector IT: it's all about eating your greens
Gary Barnett, head of enterprise advisory at Kable argues that public sector IT will only develop the level of fitness it needs to support transformation or deliver a digital agenda if it has also bulked up its core capabilities
Public Services > Central government > Features
East Hampshire embarks on a culture change journey
East Hampshire District Council has had to embrace cultural change in preparation for its biggest digital transformation project yet. Dawn Adey, responsible for service transformation at the authority, explores the changes that were needed to ensure EHDC's service redesign was a success
Management > Identity > Features
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