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26th October, 2015
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How do public sector heavyweights like Bristol City Council and the Improvement Service in Scotland successfully transform their digital offerings? They share their secrets here.

4 tips for digital transformation success
 
New Services

A digital exclusion heatmap has been created by Go ON UK to show the “likelihood of exclusion from a digital United Kingdom at Local Authority level”.

New heatmap reveals likelihood of digital exclusion in local area
 

Health minister Alistair Burt has announced that the government will be doing more to reduce the stigma of children’s mental health issues.

Government launches children’s mental health campaign
 
Policy

Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt misrepresented data from a study to support the case for an increase in seven-day NHS services, according to the editor of the British Medical Journal (BMJ).

BMJ editor challenges Jeremy Hunt's use of NHS data
 
Insights

In this video, taken at the Wuthering Bytes IT Festival, Keynote speaker Tariq Rashid, an IT pioneer at the Home Office, raps about the benefits of open source frameworks for public sector bodies.

The benefits of open source computing for public sector bodies (Video)
 

This infographic from Goss Interactive shows the results of the company’s survey into public sector digital engagement.

How is the public sector using social media? (Infographic)
 
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