Agilisys has signed a contract, through their partner Freedom Communications, with the Legal Aid Agency to deliver Civil Legal Advice (CLA) Operator Service on its behalf. read more ..
Ofcom has published a report for the government outlining measures the UK's largest internet service providers have put in place to help parents protect children from harmful content online. read more ..
Practiceindex.co.uk is the first digital directory solely for GP practice managers to find the best suppliers specific to the GP sector, all under one roof.
The new online version of the rules can be interrogated by the internal GOV.UK and external search engines, helping users to find funding information more easily.
Discussions have included work on developing systems where people will be able to report crimes online and track the progress of cases electronically.
According to Bethan Bishop, Head of Innovation at Heart of England Healthcare Trust: “Society demands that technology moves on and service is improved on a par with personal technology."
Government will begin using open formats that will ensure that citizens and people working in government can use the applications that best meet their needs when they are viewing or working on documents together.
The new online NHS Procurement Atlas of Variation will help hospitals to compare prices and identify where they need to drive down costs so they can invest in more doctors and nurses to care for patients, as well as in frontline care.
The government has welcomed a new industry scheme, Creative Content UK, which will promote legal entertainment online and warn internet users whose connections are being used to illegally share films and music.
Renfrewshire VJB’s working policies and adoption of the hfx system enables the organisation to meet the government’s new flexible working legislation, introduced in June 2014.
Vodafone is calling for communities to work together, in partnership with their local MP, to apply for the installation of Vodafone’s innovative Open Sure Signal technology in their villages.
The UK’s Department for International Development (DFID) has announced a strategic partnership with the private sector to deliver e-learning programmes in Kenya to thousands of marginalised girls.
For the first time, communities and journalists will be able to monitor and measure, in almost real time, how the council is performing against its key targets – and then integrate that information with their own websites and social media feeds.
Using the Disclosure and Barring Service online tracking service is quicker than calling the DBS and can be done at any time, day or night, the service has said.
The Foreign and Commonwealth Office has launched a new map to show the impact climate change could have on the whole planet by the end of the century if carbon emissions continue to increase.
The UK government has set up a website called You Decide 2014 for the public to explore how Scottish independence could affect their home, work and family.
More than 90,000 homes and businesses in 18 local authority areas across Scotland will be next to get fibre broadband in the latest phase of the £410 million Digital Scotland Superfast Broadband programme.