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The end of paper: the leveraging of PDF in government
As paper records acceptance reaches the end of the line, Duff Johnson, executive director of the PDF Association, considers the future of the Portable Document Format in government agencies
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Why culture change is a necessity in accelerating public sector digital transformation
Neill Crump, head of digital transformation at Worcestershire County Council, considers the role culture plays ahead of next week’s OutSystems ‘Accelerating Digital Transformation in the Public Sector’ event
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The ‘IT Crowd’ can help to deliver more integrated care
In the second of our opinion pieces in Health and Social Care Week, Karl Goatley, director of IT at Sussex Partnership NHS Foundation Trust, says a fresh approach to IT for healthcare is taking hold
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DVSA’s technology modernisation journey
James Munson, director of digital services and technology for DVSA, discusses the agency’s modernisation journey and why it was vital to support the agency’s strategic direction
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Do we need a cloud-first mandate in local government?
Eduserv’s Jos Creese says UK councils have a way to go in understanding how the cloud can or should play a role in local public services modernisation
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Councils must exit slow lane when it comes to future IT strategy
IT teams need to work with their organisations to improve the business understanding of cloud limitations, risks and opportunities argues Eduserv’s Jos Creese
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Digital Economy Bill: Unlocking the potential of data for local government
Stephen Morgan, co-founder of digital transformation business Squiz discusses The Digital Economy Bill and why data sharing needs to be transformed across the public sector
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Ed Garcez and BT's Tom Baker plot London ICT framework success
By David Bicknell
Garcez and Baker hope to see health organisations using a new £200m ICT framework and everyone sharing the learning from it
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Learning the project management lessons from the Dead Presidents Society
By David Bicknell
As the race for the White House heats up, a new book takes a look at the project management and sponsorship lessons learned from the terms of 38 former US presidents
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The future of public sector IT: it's all about eating your greens
Gary Barnett, head of enterprise advisory at Kable argues that public sector IT will only develop the level of fitness it needs to support transformation or deliver a digital agenda if it has also bulked up its core capabilities
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2016 Tech Trends for IT Leaders
BCS president for 2015/16 Jos Creese looks ahead to 2016's tech trends and predicts more IT spending with 'digital' becoming a board level issue will be matched by greater expectations
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Spending Review spells out the digital imperative
  The Spending Review forces the hand of local government leaders to accelerate digital delivery, based on common and shared platforms. IT infrastructure must be shared, rationalised, open and flexible, says Jos Creese
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Ever devolving circles: Distracting from service delivery or essential democratic evolution?
Eduserv's Jos Creese says digitally-based devolution can help address the underlying costs of public service provision -but depends on a national digital agenda to support it
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A digital opportunity for CIOs
Digitalisation is inspiring a new breed of public sector CIO to unlock their creativity and take a leading role in their organisation, says BT's global government and health leader Ian Dalton
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Delivering on digital the local government way (without tee shirt and jeans!)
London Borough of Camden CIO John Jackson says local government CIOs don't need a government platform or wear a uniform of tee-shirt and jeans to prove they can do digital. Camden already has an 'open' architectural blueprint and a 'mobile first' principle and is delivering on digital - now!
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