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Innovation to a budget
Innovating is still possible when budgets are under pressure. But getting the right culture place is just as important as making the right technology choices.
Public Services > Central government > Features
Can technology really attract and retain staff?
Ian Hodson, head of reward at the University of Lincoln, discusses how the technology a company uses - and its availability - has become a symbolic aspect of an organisation’s culture
Applications > Business Applications > Features
A modern curate’s egg
EEMA member Mark King argues GDS’ good work behind the scenes in using ‘digital’ as a motivator to improve services has been undermined by a lack of progress in establishing a common infrastructure around ‘identity’
Public Services > Central government > Features
A new era awaits Government-assured digital identity
Future of GOV.UK Verify looks bright, when the lockdown is over, argues Frank Joshi
Public Services > Central government > Features
An Identity Postcard from Down Under
EEMA's Mark King's casts his practised identity eye over Australia's new published Trusted Digital Identity Framework
Public Services > Central government > Features
Patterns for using open data in the delivery of public services
Open Data Institute project leader Mandy Costello and consultant Ed Parkes discuss the learnings from a key ODI report into the role open data plays in making public services better and more cost effective
Public Services > Central government > Features
Transforming service delivery through digital: the potential benefits for local authorities
Kathy Valdes, managing director of Digital Unite, says only by working to address the issues of digital exclusion in communities can councils take proper advantage of digital transformation
Public Services > Healthcare > Features
Is the government’s Brexit culture eating the Transformation Strategy for breakfast?
By David Bicknell
The government’s strategy to harness digital technologies, skills and tools to transform public services was launched a year ago. But arguably it has been kicked into the long grass by a government consumed by Brexit
Public Services > Central government > Features
Ten GDPR myths
Des Ward, information governance director of digital infrastructure industry association Innopsis, dispels some of the myths and legends around EU General Data Protection Regulation
Public Services > Central government > Features
Automation, Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning in the Public Sector
Contino's Alistair Smith suggests that by increasing efficiency through automation and upskilling as many of the surplus human resources, important steps can be taken towards government-as-a-service
Public Services > Central government > Features
Much More Than a Day: 2018 is Data Protection Year
Omer Tene, Chief Knowledge Officer at the International Association of Privacy Professionals, argues that with the clock ticking on GDPR, businesses must get start getting smart about data protection
Public Services > Central government > Features
Five ways technology could reshape local government in 2018
Where could technology and new data techniques take local government in 2018? Anthony Singleton, managing director of Capita One, makes five predictions for where local authorities need to look if they are to evolve and succeed in the coming year
Public Services > Local government > Features
Revealed: the forthcoming G-Cloud Sales Bonanza
With £2bn of new G-Cloud sales expected, 2018 is the year to fix your offering and develop your public-sector teams and reach, says public sector SaaS specialist Lindsay Smith
Public Services > Blue light > Features
Ofsted’s Electronic Evidence Gathering
In the latest of this week’s series of articles on how the public sector is tackling digital transformation, Deborah Pollard, EEG Product Owner at Ofsted explains how the organisation is implementing electronic evidence gathering as part of a wider transformational programme
Public Services > Central government > Features
How CEOs and DGs can realise the opportunities in a post-EU Exit world
Rainmaker Solutions chief executive Jan Joubert argues that to truly thrive in the uncertain post EU-Exit world, departments need to be brave and put adaptable, iterative solutions in place
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