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Ever devolving circles: Distracting from service delivery or essential democratic evolution?
Eduserv's Jos Creese says digitally-based devolution can help address the underlying costs of public service provision -but depends on a national digital agenda to support it
Management > CIO > Features
Efficient, effective, practical: the digital policing transformation
Steve Norris, managing partner, criminal justice and emergency services at Telefónica UK discusses the help police forces could benefit from to make them as efficient and effective as possible
Business > Efficiency > Features
Process issues bar governments' take-up of paperless invoicing
Basware chief executive Esa Tihilä argues the UK government should take steps to save on the costs of invoicing by making the process automated and electronic. Such a move could save the UK up to £3bn a year, he says
Public Services > Central government > Features
Application Performance Management: the unsung servant of productivity gains worth millions
Bram Kainth, Islington Council's director of public realm explains how that long-time Cinderella of IT solutions, Application Performance Management (APM), is stemming productivity losses across a variety of departments, and in the process aligning IT with local government strategy at a council that directly employs more than 4,000 people
Public Services > Local government > Features
Finding the right tools for secure police coordination
NPoCC strategic lead Commander Christopher Greany sets out the challenges facing the organisation in maintaining secure communications, while opening up mobile working to officers
Infrastructure > Devices > Features
Thinking digital ecosystems in cities
Shared platforms and digital ecosystems in cities offer the potential to deliver integrated services, while linking data to drive better and more targeted commissioning. It's a bold plan - but the prize of unmatched innovation potential and significant digital growth is huge, says Tom Baker, Smart and Healthier Cities lead, BT Global Services
Business > Efficiency > Features
Mobile technology: no longer disruptive but constructive
Making the business case for mobility is straightforward on paper. But, argues Ian Dalton, president, Global Government and Health at BT Global Services, too many public sector organisations are still struggling to introduce and manage mobile technologies
Public Services > Central government > Features
Research councils' open access goal prompts HE archive action
By David Bicknell
EPSRC and RCUK policies drive open access to research data; Salford adopts Arkivum and Figshare solution
Infrastructure > Cloud > Features
The dust settles on Edinburgh's £186m ICT services award
By David Bicknell
Proposed contract enters Alcatel period; attention now switches to procurement projects in Glasgow and Kent
Public Services > Devolved > Features
Online school place applications - getting parents onboard
As Calderdale Council journeys towards paperless public facing services, councillor Tim Swift, the council's leader, talks about the success the authority has achieved so far
Business > Efficiency > Features
An NHS benchmark for success in inventory management
Portsmouth Hospitals NHS Trust has embarked on the first trust-wide rollout of an inventory management solution. Jackie Pomroy, head of supply chain at NHS South of England Procurement Services details its progress
Public Services > Healthcare > Features
When it comes to protecting sensitive information, how much is enough?
Phil Davies, Director Network & Infrastructure Systems at Thales UK discusses the landscape for securing sensitive government information and the successor to the Public Services Network (PSN) framework post-budget and what it means for the technology industry
Public Services > Central government > Features
SMEs are key to transformation of public services
Real progress has been achieved in making it easier for SMEs to do business with government. But further reform of procurement processes is needed to make them simpler and less needlessly bureaucratic, argues Naureen Khan, associate director - Central Government at techUK
Public Services > Central government > Features
Government as a Platform: it's a business challenge
As the government steps up its Government as a Platform (GaaP) thinking, Steve Thorn, senior vice-president for the Public Sector at CGI UK, argues that the customer-centricity and efficiency equation must be at the heart of its GaaP approach
Public Services > Central government > Features
Let's Get Digital: why we need a local Government Digital Service
Local government needs a new digital organisation to help support public sector reform and deliver multi-billion pound cuts and efficiencies: a true digital centre of excellence for the sector, argues Camden chief information officer John Jackson
Public Services > Central government > Features
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