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Tackling youth unemployment – is it time to dig deeper?
There are challenges to overcome in keeping youth unemployment figures falling. Graham Kavanagh, chief product officer at Capita One, examines the issues and talks about how local authorities are tackling them
Public Services > Education > Features
The era of open data in government
James Eiloart, senior vice president, EMEA of Tableau discusses the role of open data in the public sector and how government organisations can get the most out of using it
Management > Open Data > Features
Building the Smarter State
Owen Spottiswoode, Head of Public Services at techUK, asks what Government and Industry can do to build the innovative public services of tomorrow?
Public Services > Central government > Features
Why culture change is a necessity in accelerating public sector digital transformation
Neill Crump, head of digital transformation at Worcestershire County Council, considers the role culture plays ahead of next week’s OutSystems ‘Accelerating Digital Transformation in the Public Sector’ event
Management > CIO > Features
SIAM – really putting the management into service integration
Jon Morley, service delivery manager of Littlefish, explores the challenges of the SIAM model and what is needed for it to work
Public Services > Central government > Features
Digital demand and the impact on data security
Vikki Archer, head of Public Sector - UK&I for CyberArk, discusses the challenges which must be addressed to keep public data – and citizens’ personal information – secure
Management > Security > Features
How digital drives a business mindset in the public sector
James Collingridge, partnership manager at Peterborough City Council, discusses two key issues from the recent annual Local Government Association conference: commercialisation and innovation
Public Services > Local government > Features
UK government – setting IT trends?
BJSS managing consultant Kate Bassett says the public sector, once regarded as a follower, is now a trendsetter and, through its use of agile, open source and cloud, has leapfrogged the private sector
Public Services > Central government > Features
What does ‘customer-centricity’ mean for local government?
Gavin Mee, senior vice president, enterprise and Head of UK at Salesforce, explores how the public sector can follow the private sector’s lead in providing touchpoints for citizens
Infrastructure > Cloud > Features
What is One Team Government?
Kit Collingwood–Richardson, who leads the data team at Universal Credit in the Department for Work and Pensions, outlines the growing thinking behind breaking down barriers to make government more effective
Public Services > Central government > Features
Can’t we all, please, get behind a safe NHS…?
BCS director for policy and community David Evans explains the launch of a Blueprint for cyber security in health and care, creating a broad coalition of organisations that can work together to build a cyber-safe NHS
Public Services > Healthcare > Features
Why shelve digital government? It was only a General Election!
The hung Parliament might actually turn out to be the best possible outcome for advancing digital government, argues Frank Joshi
Public Services > Central government > Features
Enabling efficient care in turbulent times
Dr Graham Evans, chief information and technology officer for North Tees and Hartlepool NHS Foundation Trust, explains how implementing an enterprise-wide electronic patient record is providing the foundations for joined up health and care
Public Services > Healthcare > Features
AI: the long-term solution to public sector IT efficiency?
By Neil Merrett
As new research finds some public sector bodies looking to adopt AI technology for operational efficiency, local government is bracing for a longer-term, cautious approach to innovation
Business > Efficiency > Features
IR35 is not about saving tax: it’s about protecting public services
Ethical Consulting managing director Mike Gibson says a version of IR35 is needed and valuable. But it needs to be appropriate and take into account the widest needs of our economy
Public Services > Central government > Features
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