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2020: The year in review. From an extraordinary year, some key work that Socitm did for and with members...
Graham Catlin considers how local public services might reset, reform and recover after coronavirus As unprecedented lockdown measures appear to […]
The Covid-19 pandemic poses unprecedented challenges to public services. It is more apparent than ever before that effective technology and […]
In an updated extract from his new report for Socitm, Jos Creese explores the opportunities and risks of three leading […]
As we all adapt to new ways of working, it is important to offer employees the tools and flexibility to […]
Guest blog post from Capita Working and managing teams remotely has been the norm for some of us for a […]
Local government approaches to flexible and remote working, required by the response to the Covid-19 pandemic, has been rapid and […]
Socitm’s Improve annual report 2020 was published on 6 May. A highlight was the rise in public sector users equipped […]
With the UK and Northern Ireland in lockdown, local government is being relied upon to look at options to allow […]
Thank you to all our members and friends for your continued good work. While it may not always be recognised or acknowledged, it is […]
Some of the most popular pages in Socitm’s publications library look at technology trends in the public sector. Our public […]
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