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Save my life, but not without consent
In a piece that first appeared on the BCS Chartered Institute for IT's Institutional Thinking blog, BCS Policy and Community director David Evans looks at the excruciating dilemma in a broken data system
Public Services > Healthcare > Features
The Case for Local Government Digital Standards
There is a need for digital standards, but they must be broader and adapted to have the impact they need in local public services, says Jos Creese, principal analyst at Eduserv
Public Services > Local government > Features
3 steps to understanding what cognitive means for governments...
A cognitive approach to the challenges facing governments enables them to access and analyse vast streams and sources of disparate data, creating insight and applied learning at speed, says Karolin Nakonz, executive partner in IBM Cognitive Solutions, and Government Leader Europe at IBM
Public Services > Central government > Features
How to rid the public sector of outsourcing failure
Better and clearer standards for outsourcing management and providing public sector contract managers with the tools they need to align themselves with outsourcing best practice can help, says National Outsourcing Association chief executive Kerry Hallard
Public Services > Central government > Features
A future without desktops: addressing real clinical needs in a mobile NHS
Investing in the in-house mobile capabilities of the NHS can place vital information into the hands of clinicians, says Matthew Kybert, systems development and integration manager at The Hillingdon Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
Public Services > Healthcare > Features
The problem with management information
Supplying management information for government frameworks is an administrative headache for SMEs. It's really time the government started thinking about the day-to-day operation of the frameworks it produces, say DXW's Vanessa Williams and Leanne Garvie
Public Services > Central government > Features
Turning Straw into Gold: could government cuts be good for creativity?
Toplevel strategy director Jane Roberts asks whether the decentralisation of digital could be good for government
Public Services > Central government > Features
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
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