A new easy-to-use tool that maps government property and land is now available for the first time. Citizens can search the government’s property portfolio listing for everything from ambulance stations to vacant airfields. *|MC:SUBJECT|*
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August 26, 2014
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A new easy-to-use tool that maps government property and land is now available for the first time. Citizens can search the government’s property portfolio listing for everything from ambulance stations to vacant airfields.

Online tool maps government property
 
New Services

Danny Alexander said: “That was my first Facebook Q&A but it certainly won’t be my last. It was a great experience and adds to the vast public debate that has been happening on Scotland’s future.”

Danny Alexander answers Scottish referendum questions on Facebook
 

Five organisations have come together to run a three-month feasibility study to explore how to empower citizens with their own data. The miData Studio initiative is a collaboration between Ctrl-Shift and the Cabinet Office, Milton Keynes Council, Open University and Connected Digital Economy Catapult.

Initiative to explore how citizens can be empowered with their own data
 
New Product / Technology

The ‘Carnival mApp’ will feature a map of the route the carnival will take, locations of sound stages, the judging point, first aid and safety zones as well as food stalls.

Notting Hill Carnival gets its own app
 
Research & Trends

Atos has enabled Enfield Council to become the first in local government to move its ICT delivery model to become Service Integration and Management (SIAM) based.

Atos helps Enfield Council become SIAM based
 
Insights

The Cabinet Office’s decision to revamp the search functionality within the new Digital Marketplace will be widely welcomed by vendors, claims Peter Groucutt, managing director of Databarracks.

Power to improve G-Cloud search functionality is in vendors’ hands, says Databarracks
 
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