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Government as a Platform: opportunity or oxymoron?
Professor Mike Martin of Newcastle University Business School argues that if Government needs a platform, then that platform needs to support the formation and governance of federated partnerships
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Open data: a public good
Labour's shadow Cabinet Office minister Chi Onwurah has called for a Data Review to ensure a common ethical framework that supports both open data and people controlling their own data
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Meaningful compliance - learning from PSN
Des Ward the compliance lead at PSNGB, the industry association for PSN suppliers, gives his views on proposed changes to the PSN compliance process
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Making the PSN better - who wouldn't want that?
Phil Gibson, chair of PSNGB, the industry association for PSN suppliers, gives his response to comments last week from James Duncan which signalled the future direction for PSN
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Enterprise Computing for Government? Yes, but only on enterprise terms and conditions
PSNGB director Neil Mellor calls for stability, guidance and sense in 2015 for PSN
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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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Is 'right sizing' the right answer for SMEs?
Despite the success of initiatives such as Contract Finder, Naureen Khan, associate director for central government and education at TechUK, argues that SMEs would be better served bidding for contracts they had "a real chance of winning"
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Is it safe to collaborate in the cloud?
Jirka Danek, former chief technology officer and chief information security officer with the Canadian Federal Government discusses the steps needed for the public sector to adopt cloud computing and realise the associated business benefits.
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Best practice venture AXELOS sets out 2015 plans
Peter Hepworth, chief executive of AXELOS, the joint venture set up in 2014 by the Cabinet Office and Capita, to run and provide training in the “Global Best Practice” portfolio, explains the organisation’s plans for 2015, including developments in ITIL, PRINCE2 and a new area, cyber resilience.
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Digital: "Frightening, messy, and once started, it cannot be stopped"
By David Bicknell
Phil Pavitt, leader of what the NAO described as "the most complex and successful change programme in Whitehall" followed the familiar advert's advice and went to Specsavers where he is learning retail, delivering on digital and still compelling about government IT
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Chi Onwurah outlines Digital Britain agenda to PSNGB members
Shadow Cabinet Office minister underlines benefits of PSN to reduce costs, improve services and empower citizens, says PSNGB's chairman Phil Gibson
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Digital Government - a FAM future?
Chi Onwurah MP wants to see a common government platform that works for both central and local government, whether it is replacing the Aspire stack in HMRC or meeting the needs of local authorities
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Labour's key thinking on Universal Credit
By Neil Merrett
What is Labour's perspective on tackling the delivery of Universal Credit? We speak to the party's 'Universal Credit Rescue Committee' on how the project might progress
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Trust in the workplace
Tim Lloyd, former head of digital communications at the Department for Business, Innovation & Skills (BIS) argues for the opening up of and greater trust in online channels in the workplace
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Is the government delivering on its SME vision?
All governments pay lip service to the importance of SMEs. Three years ago the coalition promised to put its money where its mouth is and channel 25% of all central procurement spend through small businesses by 2015. As that deadline approaches, Kathleen Hall asks how much has really changed
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