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Ofsted’s Electronic Evidence Gathering
In the latest of this week’s series of articles on how the public sector is tackling digital transformation, Deborah Pollard, EEG Product Owner at Ofsted explains how the organisation is implementing electronic evidence gathering as part of a wider transformational programme
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How CEOs and DGs can realise the opportunities in a post-EU Exit world
Rainmaker Solutions chief executive Jan Joubert argues that to truly thrive in the uncertain post EU-Exit world, departments need to be brave and put adaptable, iterative solutions in place
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The Food Standards Agency’s Digital Transformation
In the first of a series of articles this week on how the public sector is tackling digital transformation, Phillippa Tasselli, head of IT Services at the Food Standards Agency, discusses the importance of three strategic and interlinked programmes
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Jacky Wright sets out to create a cultural legacy at HMRC
By David Bicknell
Eight weeks into her CDIO role, Wright discusses delivering customs systems for Brexit, understanding the public sector, robotics, being a role model, and why she is “all about people”
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Open Data is not a one off process: what the UK needs to improve
Wendy Carrara from Capgemini Consulting, manager of the European Data Portal, explains why the UK has been losing ground in this year’s open data rankings and pinpoints how it can become a front-runner again
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Is disaggregation a reality?
Steve Robinson from Littlefish says GDS and CCS must ensure they are highlighting supplier successes within government while SMEs must proactively help themselves and build the right relationships to win business
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The ‘internal customer’ as the customer
Dave Aspindle, Head of Public Sector at Littlefish explains how getting the Service Desk right can dramatically improve the experience for the ‘internal customer’, in turn improving government’s efficiency
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Take the right approach to digital transformation and reap the greatest rewards
Public sector IT projects are too often the victims of rigid organisational cultures and short-term goal-setting, says Harry Metcalfe, managing director of dxw
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Four ways out of the stalemate over Government-assured digital identity
It doesn’t take a Chess grandmaster to see what moves need to come next, argues Frank Joshi
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Using WannaCry to bring GDPR up the priority list
Paul Heath, Regional Director, UK&I Public Sector at McAfee, explains how healthcare CISOs can leverage WannaCry to get the board to act on GDPR
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Will Technology Services 2 changes open up public sector procurement to SMEs?
Public sector frameworks will only be successful if they give buyers what they need, says Fordway managing director Richard Blanford
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Spreadsheets: the Achilles' heel of GDPR compliance efforts
Andrew Beverley, founder and managing director of Ctrl O, warns that corporate and public sector GDPR compliance plans could be derailed by spreadsheet over-reliance
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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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Cyber defence in depth: high walls alone won’t defend the castle
KPMG’s global head of technology transformation for Infrastructure, Government and Healthcare Mike Stone warns it’s not whether a network has been breached, it’s whether you can protect the organisation’s ‘crown jewels’: its data and information
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The Government needs to act now to make sure AI is responsibly developed and used
Tina Hallett, Government and Public Services leader at PwC says AI can be a force for good. But there needs to be careful thought in putting the needs of public services users first
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