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November 3rd, 2014
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Drupal’s content management platform exploits the connectivity of the web and can transform the way public sector organisations deliver information and services. But what exactly are the benefits and how could it work for you?

Going digital by default with Drupal
 
New Services

The programme is part of government’s £150m investment to transform the digital capability of UK cities, making them even more attractive places to live, do business, visit and invest in.

Over a thousand buildings in UK cities to get free public wifi
 
Research & Trends

Research by netEvidence suggests around 69% of council websites in the UK are failing the government’s minimum performance standards for response speed and loading times.

Majority of council websites too slow for government standards
 
Conferences and Events

On 3rd November a free webinar is being held to help viewers learn more about My Council Services, a self-service platform which enables remote, automated raising of service requests and payments by citizens or staff via smartphone, mobile device or web.

How to drive channel shift and enable transformation with My Council Services
 

The world’s largest network of Chief Digital Officers has named Mike Bracken, the Executive Director of Government Digital Service, as the first ever UK Chief Digital Officer of the Year.

Mike Bracken named first ever UK Chief Digital Officer of the Year
 
Insights

A new CBI report, ‘Our future public services: a challenge for us all’ has warned that politicians of all parties have yet to grasp the pace and scale of change required if the UK is to live within its means and provide the services people expect after next year’s general election.

CBI report calls for a number of services to be digitised by 2020
 
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