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Telford in the spotlight as blue light teams arrive on the scene to discuss ESN
By David Bicknell
British APCO conference kicks off early user feedback over planning, coverage, capacity and transition
Public Services > Blue light > Features
Sharing information with schools to tackle youth offending
Following the publication of Charlie Taylor's interim review of the youth justice system, Mark Raeburn discusses the key role schools can play in reducing youth crime
Public Services > Justice > Features
Staffordshire PCC: lack of fire service link up a "sore point"
By Neil Merrett
Matthew Ellis claims "significant" time has been spent on fire collaboration; work now ongoing to set out standards with others partners reflecting wider Police ICT Company ambitions
Public Services > Blue light > Features
The public sector digital procurement challenge
Andrew Mellish, public sector business manager for Carrenza, considers why G-Cloud has become the template for digital procurement and how the Crown Marketplace may develop in turn
Infrastructure > Cloud > Features
Time to think beyond channel shift: local government's digital opportunity
Meghan Benton, senior researcher in government innovation at Nesta, discusses the issues raised by the organisation's new Connected Councils report
Business > Efficiency > Features
Better embracing local government G-Cloud needs
In meeting local public sector procurement needs, a wider cultural shift facilitating decision making from a capital and empowerment basis will be needed, argues Oneserve's Chris Proctor
Infrastructure > Cloud > Features
Speed of digital transformation increases public sector pressure on testing
Testing cannot simply address the functional dynamics of a requirement. It must also take charge and actively support the continuous transformation of applications, says Gary Moore, head of delivery for government testing services at Capgemini Group
Public Services > Central government > Features
Time for a change
Public sector procurement is complicated. There are numerous buying organisations and almost as many frameworks. We can make it simpler, starting with one single central government agency that specifies the things common to all procurements, says Ian Fishwick, SME director at Innopsis
Public Services > Central government > Features
Overcoming open data barriers in the European Union
With 10 countries among the Open Data trend setters in Europe, there is still a long way to go for 18 other EU member states. For a successful journey towards better open data maturity, raising awareness is the most important step, say Margriet Nieuwenhuis, Eva van Steenbergen and Wendy Carrara on behalf of the European Data Portal
Public Services > Central government > Features
Why the NHS is putting a plaster on its gaping wound
Implementing a single collaborative platform accessible to all healthcare professionals is key to successful digital transformation in healthcare, says EMC's James Norman
Public Services > Healthcare > Features
Ensuring value down the open data road
Professor Michael Luck at King's College London asks if following Canada, New Zealand and Ireland in establishing clear, easy to use public data access portals might allow the UK government to drastically benefit from data it holds
Public Services > Central government > Features
Supply and Demand: how current government practice is widening the skills gap
Typically it's price, not performance that seals procurement contracts. Suppliers are increasingly being seen as providers of commoditised IT, argues Jane Roberts, strategy director at Toplevel
Public Services > Central government > Features
Taking the cloud-based approach to identity assurance
Users such as the Skills Funding Agency are turning to the cloud to help deliver single authoritative identity assurance solutions, says Fordway managing director Richard Blanford
Infrastructure > Cloud > Features
Communicating HSCN: Why the government must act now
Mark Hall, public sector director at Redcentric, looks ahead to the rollout of the Health and Social Care Network which is now expected in 2017
Public Services > Healthcare > Features
Why digital pathology could help the NHS move beyond 19th century cancer diagnostics
The digitisation of pathology could have a significant impact on improved diagnoses and timely cancer care, writes Sectra's Chris Scarisbrick
Infrastructure > Hardware > Features
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