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Devolution Demands Digital Delivery

By Jos Creese, Socitm Associate Director Devolution is unstoppable. Not only devolution from Whitehall to the UK regions, but within regions […]

By Jos Creese, Socitm Associate Director Devolution is unstoppable. Not only devolution from Whitehall to the UK regions, but within regions […]

3 Steps to Save Local Digital Government

Read Eddie Copeland’s feature article for the Socitm Spring Conference: http://www.socitmspringconference.com/feature/3-steps-save-local-digital-government His third step – changing the bu...

Read Eddie Copeland’s feature article for the Socitm Spring Conference: http://www.socitmspringconference.com/feature/3-steps-save-local-digital-government His third step – changing the business model for relational […]

On Collaboration

I thought that this article from the Economist on collaboration that a colleague pointed out to me last week was an interesting read. It warns that in this age of Slack, chat rooms and instant messagi...

I thought that this article from the Economist on collaboration that a colleague pointed out to me last week was an interesting read. It warns that in this age of Slack, chat rooms and instant messaging we are at risk of ‘over-collaborating’.

New Tech Trends and what they mean for Local Government

Reposted with permission : https://digitalgov.wordpress.com/   Scott Moore Internet of Things (IoT) and Autonomous Agents are two of the biggest tech […]

Reposted with permission : https://digitalgov.wordpress.com/   Scott Moore Internet of Things (IoT) and Autonomous Agents are two of the biggest tech […]

Making a Difference – Socitm ‘Women in IT’ Initiative for the Public Sector

As we all know very well, the representation of women in digital or IT/tech related roles and careers across the board, is disappointingly low. Despite some considerable effort being made more recentl...

As we all know very well, the representation of women in digital or IT/tech related roles and careers across the board, is disappointingly low. Despite some considerable effort being made more recently across sectors, the position continues to remain quite static! It is commonplace to hear about poor numbers relating to the percentage of women that make-up the IT/digital functions of companies and organisations; predominantly around the 12-16% mark (ref Lord Davies report and the McKinsey report Women Matter).
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