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August 26, 2013

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The programme was dismantled by coalition ministers when it was realised that it would fail in its core objective to deliver an electronic record for every patient in the NHS.

NHS National Programme for IT will cost taxpayer £10bn, reveals FoI request

Channel Shift is a big subject in local government and while some authorities have embraced it wholeheartedly, others are still struggling to gain complete stakeholder understanding of this vital requirement. Agilisys Engage are offering up to 15 bespoke one-2-one webinars each lasting 25 minutes.

Transformation through channel shift: Building Stakeholder understanding and support
New Services

Skyscape is currently working on over 100 projects across central government, local authorities, police, healthcare and other publicly funded bodies.

Skyscape delivers hybrid cloud solutions for UK public sector

Following revelation by pressure group Conservative Way Forward that only 22% of local authorities had a record of how members voted on council tax policy, communities secretary Eric Pickles has recommended that voting records be published online.

Voting records of councillors should be published online, says communities secretary

Helen Reynolds, who works as digital and social media manager at Monmouthshire Council, keeps up with technology via Twitter and podcasts, and is obsessed with Google Glass.

Social media manager gives tips for councils

The project to create a new swathe of community libraries could easily have faced a serious flaw from the outset had Buckinghamshire County Council not found a simple way to tackle a fundamental issue over computer access.

Buckinghamshire library project gets help from the cloud
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