Two firms have won places on a multi-supplier framework to provide software to administer a series of pension schemes for a coalition of 10 councils.
Around two thirds of public bodies are now complying with standards required by the Public Services Network (PSN), it was announced today.
The Cabinet Office is considering proposals which would see councils across the UK contributing £1,000 each to help beef up a central resource to assist local authorities seeking to comply with the Public Services Network.
Publictechnology.net caught up with David Wilde, chief information officer at Essex County Council about the savings being made through ICT.
Patient records are the lifeblood of the health service. Joshua Chambers examines the analytics techniques that can improve public health and the operation of the NHS – and the sensitivities around privacy and data protection.
Des Ward shares some valuable tips on giving your local authority the best chance of getting PSN accreditation.
Stuart Johnson says there is plenty of material for the recently announced Office of Fair Trading investigation into the procurement of ICT to get its teeth into.
The Universal Credit (UC) programme run by the Department of Work and Pensions (DWP) was promoted as a showcase of how Agile would work in the UK Public Sector. However, the National Audit Office (NAO) has published a report on Universal Credit including the news that the programme could be a £425m potential write-off.