The vast majority of councils’ digital self serve systems are window dressing, with citizens paying for staff to rekey data they have already provided online, according to a new report.
Councils are paying increasingly high margins for ICT products – with mark-ups growing faster than in any other sector – according to new research.
Farid Ouazzani on how the rise of the Cloud has affected the approach organisations are taking to backing up data.
Email outages are a risk to public service delivery – Neil Murray asks what the public sector can do to prepare for future failures.
Bristol City Council has used the Local Authority Software Applications (LASA) framework to commission supplier Civica for a £1.9m project to provide software to manage its housing stock.
Ed Macnair on how local authorities should respond to new anti-radicalisation laws.
Local government G-Cloud sales fell for the second month running to £1.68m in June, according to official figures.
Former prime minister Tony Blair said today that the Labour Party must put government technology reforms at the heart of its policy renewal.
The Crown Commercial Service’s G-Cloud framework is showing an average of 20% savings against legacy single vendor agreements across government, according to new figures.
Three quarters of customers creating new accounts on the Digital Marketplace since March are from outside of central government, according to new figures.
One of Scotland’s smallest local authorities saved almost £100,000 last year by introducing online training for staff, according to new figures.
A gradual move to the cloud is the best option for most organisations, according to Paul Evans.