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Seven steps to GaaP Heaven
By David Bicknell
Sally Howes, the NAO's executive leader, digital & innovation, outlines the critical factors GDS might consider to help make Government as a Platform a success
Public Services > Central government > Features
Open source can bring NHS IT back to the future
One year on from announcing that Taunton and Somerset NHS Foundation Trust had signed a contract with an option to implement the UK's first open source electronic patient record (EPR), Malcolm Senior, the trust's director of informatics, discusses the prospects of open source in the NHS
Business > Efficiency > Features
Creating more IT Apprenticeships
In the UK National Week of Apprenticeships, Jos Creese, the new president of BCS, The Chartered Institute for IT, explains why he is supporting initiatives to grow IT apprenticeships that highlight the business impacts of IT
Public Services > Central government > Features
Extending the G-Cloud template
Methods Group's Peter Rowlins offers an SME's perspective on recent Crown Commercial Service announcements that it will make procurement more accessible
Public Services > Central government > Features
Government as a Platform: opportunity or oxymoron?
Professor Mike Martin of Newcastle University Business School argues that if Government needs a platform, then that platform needs to support the formation and governance of federated partnerships
Public Services > Central government > Features
PSN compliance: are we learning from past experiences?
Des Ward, compliance lead at PSNGB, warns against tinkering with assurance regimes and maintains any PSN consultation process must put user need front and centre of any compliance changes
Infrastructure > PSN > Features
Open data: a public good
Labour's shadow Cabinet Office minister Chi Onwurah has called for a Data Review to ensure a common ethical framework that supports both open data and people controlling their own data
Public Services > Central government > Features
Meaningful compliance - learning from PSN
Des Ward the compliance lead at PSNGB, the industry association for PSN suppliers, gives his views on proposed changes to the PSN compliance process
Public Services > Central government > Features
Making the PSN better - who wouldn't want that?
Phil Gibson, chair of PSNGB, the industry association for PSN suppliers, gives his response to comments last week from James Duncan which signalled the future direction for PSN
Public Services > Central government > Features
Enterprise Computing for Government? Yes, but only on enterprise terms and conditions
PSNGB director Neil Mellor calls for stability, guidance and sense in 2015 for PSN
Public Services > Blue light > Features
A digital opportunity for CIOs
Digitalisation is inspiring a new breed of public sector CIO to unlock their creativity and take a leading role in their organisation, says BT's global government and health leader Ian Dalton
Public Services > Central government > Features
Is 'right sizing' the right answer for SMEs?
Despite the success of initiatives such as Contract Finder, Naureen Khan, associate director for central government and education at TechUK, argues that SMEs would be better served bidding for contracts they had "a real chance of winning"
Public Services > Central government > Features
Let's not automate government but rewire it - and save millions along the way!
An Open Systems Alliance using open APIs will help not just automate government, but completely rewire it. Camden Council CIO John Jackson explains the thinking bringing the Alliance together
Business > Efficiency > Features
Is it safe to collaborate in the cloud?
Jirka Danek, former chief technology officer and chief information security officer with the Canadian Federal Government discusses the steps needed for the public sector to adopt cloud computing and realise the associated business benefits.
Public Services > Central government > Features
Best practice venture AXELOS sets out 2015 plans
Peter Hepworth, chief executive of AXELOS, the joint venture set up in 2014 by the Cabinet Office and Capita, to run and provide training in the “Global Best Practice” portfolio, explains the organisation’s plans for 2015, including developments in ITIL, PRINCE2 and a new area, cyber resilience.
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