The government has confirmed that it is planning to legislate to allow councillors to be sent agendas for council meetings electronically.
Newham’s digital delivery could show the way for other councils to make social services more efficient. Gill Hitchcock finds out why.
The digital democracy manifesto launched by Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn earlier this week has failed to gain the approval of those working in public sector technology.
Sooraj Shah looks at the benefits of AR and VR, and asks whether councils should be spending taxpayers’ money on the emerging technologies so soon.
The latest G-Cloud sales figures show a slight decline in monthly sales in July, with local government sales remaining at just 5% of all-time sales.
The Ministry of Justice has set out plans to continuously review internal products, in an effort “revolutionise” service standard assessment.
The Home Office is seeking a director of infrastructure and platforms to develop a “new culture of technical excellence” in the department.
Digital technology offer charities a wealth of options. But Tris Lumley of think-tank New Philanthropy Capital says that they should heed advice from the Government Digital Service and take user-centric approach to transformation.
Jane Roberts strategy director at Toplevel and asks whether more clarity is needed to stop departments from tying themselves in knots over what kind of ‘open’ to use.
Debra Maxwell, chief executive officer for customer relationship management and public sector at Arvato, looks at how big data can help local authorities bring in more revenue.