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Government Computing focus for the rest of 2017
Once the General Election on June 8 is over, what issues will Government Computing be keeping an eye on editorially throughout the remainder of 2017?
Public Services > Blue light > Features
Changing the way the NHS does business
Now the PEPPOL network for e-invoicing is in place, which method is best for your organisation, CloudTrade's Richard Manson asks
Public Services > Healthcare > Features
EU GDPR: One year Left to Comply
With the clock now starting to tick louder down to GDPR, Richard Stiennon, chief strategy officer of Blancco Technology Group, sets out the steps organisations should take to achieve compliance
Public Services > Central government > Features
Public sector users get to grips with city data analytics
By David Bicknell
Nesta event attracts wide range of organisations keen to understand issues, including the governance, leadership and platforms around creating local offices of data analytics
Public Services > Local government > Features
Nobody should have to die because we didn’t apply a security patch…
David Evans, director of policy and community for BCS, The Chartered Institute for IT, says the impact of the cyber attacks reiterates a need for the creation of a recognised cadre of accountable professionals working in NHS IT and the wider public sector
Public Services > Healthcare > Features
Government-assured digital identity has arrived at a pivot point
GOV.UK Verify must live on and be agile so it can be reset often and easily, argues Frank Joshi
Public Services > Central government > Features
A new approach to health and care informatics
It’s not every day that you can say that you’re starting something that will change peoples’ lives for the better – however, for me, today is one such day, writes BCS’ David Evans
Business > Flexible Working > Features
Creating a world-leading digital platform
Greg Hands, Minister of State for International Trade and Investment, explains how DIT is leveraging technology to promote and support opportunities for export and investment
Public Services > Central government > Features
Data Science Campus sets off to make its mark on ONS
By David Bicknell
Campus managing director Tom Smith explains how the new organisation can help the UK catch up with other advanced economies in the exploitation of administrative data
Public Services > Central government > Features
Lost in translation: defining ‘cultural fit’ in procurement
By David Bicknell
Millstream general manager Penny Godfrey discusses the procurement issues raised around ‘cultural fit’ and worries that the introduction of such criteria sets a dangerous precedent
Business > Procurement > Features
Coding standards needed to counter software defects at heart of failed IT programmes
Mark James, vice president, CAST UK & Ireland asks if standards adoption is the answer to IT project performance in the UK public sector
Public Services > Central government > Features
Taking a Smart approach to Social Housing
Alan Mo explains how Flagship’s Ipswich IoT pilot brought benefits to tenants and enabled it to explore new opportunities
Public Services > Local government > Features
NHS facing connectivity challenges as free WiFi hotspot deadline approaches
As the 2020 deadline fast approaches, an NHS trust in the north midlands is working to implement a viable and robust digital WiFi solution, notes WiFi SPARK’s Tracy Scriven
Business > Flexible Working > Features
Is Cyber resilient?
Des Ward, director of information governance at Innopsis questions whether the standards thinking behind Cyber Essentials is robust enough to make the UK strongly resistant to cyber attack
Public Services > Central government > Features
You want my digital identity, I want something in return
Approaching digital identity as a ‘this for that’ arrangement is the only way the private sector and Government can live in cyber harmony, argues Frank Joshi
Public Services > Central government > Features
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