Improving the quality of adult social care visits, introducing live web chat for council taxpayers and an app that saves £20,000 in a year are just three examples of ways councils are using digital tools and solutions to improve services and cut costs. *|MC:SUBJECT|*
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6th June, 2016
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Improving the quality of adult social care visits, introducing live web chat for council taxpayers and an app that saves £20,000 in a year are just three examples of ways councils are using digital tools and solutions to improve services and cut costs.

Councils go digital to improve services and save money
 
Policy

The majority of Scottish councils are backing digital transformation plans that will be led by a single chief digital officer.

Scottish authorities support shared chief digital officer plan
 
New Product / Technology

Westminster City Council’s deployment of RFID EPermits, the Smart Parking solution that helps to eliminate misuse of resident disabled parking bays, has won the Innovation in Technology category at the 2016 Real IT Awards.

Council parking tech scoops award
 
New Services

A Scottish Government programme set up to deliver complex agricultural reforms and financial support to rural workers continues to have serious IT issues, and is unlikely to deliver value for money according to Audit Scotland.

Scottish rural programme continues to face IT challenges
 

A further six councils have signed up to a fraud and error reviews data service, which is expected to help the councils identify over £1m worth of efficiencies.

Councils turn to data in attempt to cut fraud and errors
 
Insights

HMRC got its timing badly wrong when rolling out its digital strategy, the National Audit Office (NAO) has said.

HMRC got digital rollout wrong, NAO says
 
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