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Labour's key thinking on Universal Credit
By Neil Merrett
What is Labour's perspective on tackling the delivery of Universal Credit? We speak to the party's 'Universal Credit Rescue Committee' on how the project might progress
Public Services > Central government > Features
Trust in the workplace
Tim Lloyd, former head of digital communications at the Department for Business, Innovation & Skills (BIS) argues for the opening up of and greater trust in online channels in the workplace
Public Services > Central government > Features
Kickstarting innovation in government IT
Fundamental changes to the UK government software and services market are vital for a more beneficial digital transformation, says John Jackson, Camden Council CIO.
Management > CIO > Features
Is the government delivering on its SME vision?
All governments pay lip service to the importance of SMEs. Three years ago the coalition promised to put its money where its mouth is and channel 25% of all central procurement spend through small businesses by 2015. As that deadline approaches, Kathleen Hall asks how much has really changed
Public Services > Central government > Features
TUPE: not quite the shield it used to be
A series of legislative changes to TUPE came into force earlier this year that may have changed the outlook for the protection of outsourced employees
Public Services > Central government > Features
Volatile future in store for 'TUPE' staff
Since 2006, the terms and conditions of IT staff have been protected if, through outsourcing, they become employees of an incoming employer. But now the government's drive to use SMEs and changes in legislation means the future cover provided by TUPE may not be as effective. Terry Ernest-Jones explains.
Public Services > Central government > Features
New Network Services framework shows early progress
In the latest of a series of guest articles about the public services network (PSN), PSNGB director Neil Mellor believes the early signs are that the forthcoming Network Services framework will offer both customers and suppliers more flexibility
Public Services > Blue light > Features
Taking the Department for Education digital
Laurence Rugg, digital solutions manager for the Department for Education, discusses the challenges the department faced in moving its services online and how they were overcome
Public Services > Education > Features
Peers warn over scale of UK digital skills challenge
By Neil Merrett
Digital committee chair believes UK has yet to fully understand changes needed to implement competitive IT skills strategy
Public Services > Central government > Features
PSN - a platform for reform
The PSNGB trade association has published a whitepaper that discusses PSN's future development. It argues that PSN is a trusted platform for innovation and reform amid increasing demand for critical public services
Public Services > Central government > Features
Labour's Digital Review: the emerging themes
Chi Onwurah MP details the three key talking points that have already emerged from the party's recent digital government review
Services > BPO > Features
Making sense of BIS, DECC, and the SMEs
Mark Thompson argues encouraging SMEs to play a key role in Whitehall requires time and support, while new entrants must show they can be part of a mixed economy of large and small suppliers - and government must understand the value each model brings to the whole
Public Services > Central government > Features
Getting the right security balance for web service delivery
An "old world" approach to security isn't just unhelpful, it's frustrating and costly, argues Michael Laver-Smith, IT manager for Sevenoaks District Council
Public Services > Local government > Features
PSN: job done? Or just the beginning....
PSNGB's Neil Mellor argues that it would be an error to consign the Public Services Network to the 'done' pile. Increasing demand for critical public services means PSN must be tackled as 'business as unusual', he says
Public Services > Central government > Features
PSN - job done? Or just the beginning...
PSNGB's Neil Mellor discusses the future role of the Public Services Network and argues for 'business as unusual' to revitalise the market, improve standards, extract benefits and harden PSN’s foundations.
Public Services > Central government > Features
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