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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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Britain must keep pace in eGovernment stakes
Sharon Bagshaw, vice president, Central Government, Defence and Health, IBM UK and Ireland looks forward to when British eGovernment - and the rest of Europe - is as digitally mature as the Nordic nations
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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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3 steps to understanding what cognitive means for governments...
A cognitive approach to the challenges facing governments enables them to access and analyse vast streams and sources of disparate data, creating insight and applied learning at speed, says Karolin Nakonz, executive partner in IBM Cognitive Solutions, and Government Leader Europe at IBM
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How to rid the public sector of outsourcing failure
Better and clearer standards for outsourcing management and providing public sector contract managers with the tools they need to align themselves with outsourcing best practice can help, says National Outsourcing Association chief executive Kerry Hallard
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The problem with management information
Supplying management information for government frameworks is an administrative headache for SMEs. It's really time the government started thinking about the day-to-day operation of the frameworks it produces, say DXW's Vanessa Williams and Leanne Garvie
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Turning Straw into Gold: could government cuts be good for creativity?
Toplevel strategy director Jane Roberts asks whether the decentralisation of digital could be good for government
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Speed of digital transformation increases public sector pressure on testing
Testing cannot simply address the functional dynamics of a requirement. It must also take charge and actively support the continuous transformation of applications, says Gary Moore, head of delivery for government testing services at Capgemini Group
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Time for a change
Public sector procurement is complicated. There are numerous buying organisations and almost as many frameworks. We can make it simpler, starting with one single central government agency that specifies the things common to all procurements, says Ian Fishwick, SME director at Innopsis
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Overcoming open data barriers in the European Union
With 10 countries among the Open Data trend setters in Europe, there is still a long way to go for 18 other EU member states. For a successful journey towards better open data maturity, raising awareness is the most important step, say Margriet Nieuwenhuis, Eva van Steenbergen and Wendy Carrara on behalf of the European Data Portal
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Ensuring value down the open data road
Professor Michael Luck at King's College London asks if following Canada, New Zealand and Ireland in establishing clear, easy to use public data access portals might allow the UK government to drastically benefit from data it holds
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Supply and Demand: how current government practice is widening the skills gap
Typically it's price, not performance that seals procurement contracts. Suppliers are increasingly being seen as providers of commoditised IT, argues Jane Roberts, strategy director at Toplevel
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Six priorities for digital transformation in government in 2016
James Norman, UK Public Sector CIO at EMC, discusses the need to strengthen our digital foundation based on data and transparency
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Tired of your user? You should be - trade them in and start afresh in 2016
By David Bicknell
Chris Airey, former Director of Digital Services and Technology at DVSA, says digital transformation must focus on the 'enabled user' rather than adopt a slavish approach to the users a project began with
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Why GDS and tech industry collaboration must underpin Government as a Platform
The successful delivery of GaaP requires all stakeholders - GDS, the departments, existing suppliers, new entrants and start-ups - to work together towards the GaaP common goal, says Shaping Cloud chief executive Carlos Oliveira
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