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Government Computing Focus for early 2017
What issues will we be keeping an eye on editorially in 2017?
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Achieving health service transformation: resolving the digital paradox
While NHS trusts are beginning to embrace a ‘digital by default’ approach and mobile working, details around funding, technology assessments and integration need to be finalised, argues IMS MAXIMS chief clinical information officer Prof. Michael Thick
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E-Invoicing and the public sector – how to stop adoption falling behind
Basware UK managing director Amabel Grant asks why UK public sector e-Invoicing adoption is stalling and what the key barriers may be to take up
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Agile is not a noun, it's...'scheduled maintenance'
By David Bicknell
LocalGovCamp discussion highlights agile challenge for central and local exponents
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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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Inside the FCO: handling public sector tech at the worldwide level
FCO digital transformation manager Mark Barlow discusses key lessons for public sector projects in the Digital by Default age
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Adapting to funding cuts in local government with shared services
Jenny Poole, Head of GO Shared Services, on how four councils have come together to transform services and save £3.8m over 10 years
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Ian Trenholm: making Defra digital
By Charlotte Jee
An interview with the chief operating officer at the Department for Environment, Food & Rural Affairs, on digital reform, making government technology 'more sensible', engaging with SMEs, and adjusting to 'continuous improvement'
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Transforming Cabinet Office technology
By Charlotte Jee
An interview with Andy Beale, common technology services lead at GDS, on how a project to replace the Cabinet Office's IT estate might form a blueprint for the future of civil service IT
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Bridging the end user - IT divide
Louise Day, Head of IT at the Criminal Injuries Compensation Authority, on making the IT department more proactive and productive
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DfT speeds ahead on management information
By Charlotte Jee
The Department for Transport may provide a lesson in how to unlock government-wide value from data
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Fife moves to mobile working
Linda Robertson, programme manager for mobile and flexible working at Fife Council, on how mobile working has helped develop an entirely new working culture as well as make significant cost savings
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A tale of two councils
By Charlotte Jee
Rob Miller, CIO for Kingston and Sutton councils' recently-created shared ICT service, talks about moving local government towards using mobile technology and how he's laying the groundwork for a 'Cloud First' policy for the two councils
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Apple and big data on the Horizon: the tech transformation under way at TfL
By Jo Best
Apple and big data on the Horizon: the tech transformation under way at TfL
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