Agilisys has announced that it has acquired loGo_net, a software company focused on transforming citizens’ online experience.
Police.uk has a new feature which allows people to create personalised crime maps whereby they can get crime information particular to the areas of their choosing.
Research by the NHS Confederation’s Mental Health Network has revealed that technology like smartphone apps and online platforms can help treat mental health issues.
BuildSurrey has been launched to help businesses win contracts with Surrey County Council.
The LGA has created an online map which shows what councils are doing to save money and which councils are engaging in shared services schemes.
Transport for Greater Manchester wants to create an ‘intelligent’ transport system over the next six years in order to improve administration and services.
Maxwell talks in a recent interview about what the government is doing to help local councils become ‘digital by default’.
Cabinet Office minister Francis Maude has said that the government needs agile and innovative suppliers to enable it to move public services online.
The National Audit Office has said that the Civil Service needs to do more to obtain specialist skills in order to deliver its ‘digital by default’ agenda by 2015.
Open 311 is an open standard that is supposed to be a cost-saving way for local authorities to process problems reported by citizens received via multiple channels.
Director says that if local authorities make their websites accessible to people with disabilities, they will become easier for everyone to use.
Socitm has published a briefing titled “Digital leader: it might (not) be you!”.
A game called Connected Citizens, held on an online platform, asked participants the question “How will government services evolve in the next 10 years?”.