Agilisys announced today that following its acquisition of loGo_net, which is focused on improving citizens’ online experience, the offering has been renamed ‘Agilisys Engage’.
The National Audit Office (NAO) has published “Digital Britain 2: Putting users at the heart of government’s digital services”.
The website, road-collisions.dft.gov.uk, has been launched by the Department for Transport.
Spacehive, a British crowdfunding platform that claims to be the first designed specifically for civic projects, is being used by councils across the country.
The Royal Liverpool and Broadgreen University Hospital NHS Trust is now using Symantec’s Mobile Management System.
Highway inspectors in Rochdale now use Mayrise Highways Mobile software that runs on Trimble Juno handheld devices.
Minister for Civil Society Nick Hurd has said that the Government Digital Service, set up in November 2011, saved GBP 36 million in the financial year 2012-2013.
The government is accepting submissions for rural broadband funding following the reopening of its GBP 20 million pot to promote broadband access in the UK.
KAuthority held a live broadcast titled “Channel Shift – are we moving towards Digital by Default?”.
The British Medical Journal has published a report according to which telehealth is not cost-effective