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Council websites need to do more to make ‘the Local Plan’ accessible to their residents - not just property, planning and development professionals.
Nicola Graham, head of ICT at Aberdeenshire Council, has been confirmed as the new president of public sector ICT representative body Socitm.
Socitm, the body representing IT and digital professionals across the public sector, has teamed up with some of the most innovative tech firms in the country to create a unique competition.
ICT professionals from across the UK are set to gather in Glasgow next month for a major conference to discuss how to deliver public services more effectively, ethically and securely.
Councils are adapting their websites to accommodate new paid for services like collecting garden waste.
A delegation from Socitm, the body representing IT and digital professionals across the public sector, is heading to Australia to showcase innovation in UK local government.
Some council websites are struggling to describe complex rubbish collection regimes put in place to meet recycling targets, says the latest report from Socitm’s Better Connected programme.
Socitm is proud to announce its partnership with headline sponsors Trend Micro and SBL, for the first-ever President’s Conference.
Council websites should be more upfront about restrictions on public use of council tips in order to avoid turning people away and creating the sort of frustration that can lead to confrontation.
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