What are the key digital trends making a real difference in both local and central government? And what lessons can public sector organisations learn from innovation in the private sector? *|MC:SUBJECT|*
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September 4, 201
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What are the key digital trends making a real difference in both local and central government? And what lessons can public sector organisations learn from innovation in the private sector?

Top digital trends in the public sector
 
New Services

Professor John Newton, Chief Knowledge Officer at PHE, said: “For the first time, the way the information is presented is designed explicitly around what users need. This is a big step forward in PHE’s work to go digital first.”

Health protection content now on GOV.UK
 

Over 200 premises in North Molton and surrounding areas now have a mobile signal thanks to the government’s £150 million Mobile Infrastructure Project.

North Molton gets mobile coverage
 
Research & Trends

According to Tim Pitts, Managing Partner at Agilisys Digital: “The benefits to both customer and supplier of G-Cloud are huge. It reduces the cost of procurement / sale, provides competitive and transparent pricing and enables customers to turn on and off services as they require them.”

Public sector still unaware of G-Cloud framework
 

Socitm has released a brieifing titled ‘Collaborating and sharing digital assets: towards a local government digital service?’. It is the second in a series, part one of which set out why trying to create a single local government website was not a sensible or achievable approach.

In-house digital teams and properly funded local digital service needed: Socitm
 
Conferences and Events

The TalkTalk Digital Heroes projects have been shortlisted and now they want the public to nominate a deserving project to win £10,000 and the title of TalkTalk Digital Hero 2014.

28 projects shortlisted for TalkTalk Digital Heroes 2014
 
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