Agilisys will be implementing the Council Tax and Benefits modules in the initial phase with the council having the option to rollout to other service areas in the future. read more ..
Tensions between technology and the business of government can threaten the success of a digital agenda. This white paper shows how a ‘2-speed’ approach can balance competing demands and boost digital capability. read more ..
The award is designed to recognise an organisation which has provided an education service or product that has had a transformational impact on digital skills in the UK. read more ..
Beverley Bryant, director of digital technology for NHS England, said: “Many patients want the flexibility of booking services online so we are delighted that GPs have worked so hard to make this possible."
Over half of all local authorities have experienced a breach of official data in the last two years, according to data from Freedom of Information requests made by Six Degrees Group to all 433 UK local authorities.
CRASH, short for Collision Recording And Sharing, is a platform that collects data about road collisions from police forces across different regions.
Our monthly round-up of all the most important career moves and appointments from within UK local government.
The award is designed to recognise an organisation from any sector that has delivered a digital product or service that has had a transformational impact on public access to health or social care.
The Information Commissioner has called for a more ‘practical approach’ to data protection regulation, and urged for the regulatory bodies not to fall behind as technology alters the movement and use of personal information.
In a poll of 100 civil servants, three quarters said their department does not have an IT strategy aligned to their future business needs, with only 10% believing that their current IT systems work effectively.
Worcestershire County Council, Malvern Hills District Council and Worcester City Council have all signed an eight-and-a-half year customer service agreement, which is expected to save up to £2.6 million.
With just a few weeks left to vote for the winners of this year’s Digital Leaders 100, we wanted to let you know more about the 100 nominees who have made it onto the list across all ten categories. Today we cover Charity/Social Enterprise Digital Leader of the Year.
According to official government statistics, as of the end of March 2015 an additional 2,411,395 properties have superfast broadband from the £1.7 billion investment.
Cybersecurity is a pressing issue for organisations large and small. This infographic from Heimdal Security outlines ten cybersecurity facts and how they impact your online security.
Ofcom’s tenth annual Media Use and Attitudes 2015 report reveals that users of the internet over the age of 16 spent on average 20 hours and 30 minutes per week online, over double the time compared to 2005.
Check out this video in which BBC Click’s Kate Russell discusses digital apprenticeships with three industry experts.
As the Conservatives settle into their newly won majority, it’s clear that public sector budgets won’t be on the rise any time soon. Can your organisation still deliver show-stopping digital services?
The award is designed to recognise a business that has created or delivered digital services for the public sector or wider society that has had a far-reaching digital transformational impact.