Did you know? Business analytics company SAS is set to work with Royal Brompton & Harefield NHS Foundation Trust to transform how it manages and delivers research through big data visualisation.
June 3rd, 2013

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Citizen 2013 is an event focused on digital delivery of government services and citizen-to-government engagement which will be held on 13th June, 9 am – 5 pm.

Citizen 2013 to be streamed live on Digital by Default News
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Siteimprove staff will travel around the country to find out what web governance aims, challenges and objectives councils face with their websites and how they can help.

Web management tools company to visit councils nationwide

North Kesteven Council has successfully introduced an online application and payment process for subscriptions to its new opt-in Garden Waste Collection Service.

North Kesteven Council deems its online Garden Waste Collection Service a success

The European Commission has said that under 50% of EU citizens use digital public services and those who did said that online banking and shopping give more satisfactory results that online government services.

Govt must do better at designing e-services: EC

A study in the Lancet medical journal says that permanent blood donation clinics with services like free Wi-Fi and iPod docks are likely to attract more donors.

Clinics with digital services attract more blood donors

Knowledge Hub, the Local Government Association’s professional social network, may be scrapped as part of a savings programme. The Guardian asked professionals working in local authorities what they thought of this potential move.

Should the Knowledge Hub be scrapped?

The government has published a report by the Major Projects Authority which has deemed eight of 191 major projects a red rating, meaning it believes that “successful delivery of the project is in doubt”.

Major Projects Authority gives red rating to Universal Credit and G-Cloud
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A survey by Intrinsic Technology has found that over half of the country’s local authorities are opting for a ‘bring your own device’ (BYOD) strategy for their staff as opposed to buying desktop computers.

Most local councils prefer ‘BYOD’ over desktop computers

This year’s ‘Public Cloud Project of the Year’ at the Datacentre Solutions Awards 2013 was given to the government’s G-Cloud programme.

G-Cloud wins 'Public Cloud Project of the Year'
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