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Role reversal - how HMRC's IT team delivered the systems to allow the UK taxman to hand out money during COVID
The UK's tax authority flipped its mission on its head and handed out money to people during the COVID crisis, but that needed a major collaborative effort to get the underlying IT systems in place.
Benefits of the Oracle managed service also seen as a key driver for the Edinburgh’s push to modernise its finance back-end
When ‘Talk to a Doctor’ won a big new in-person care contract, it had to deal with a new problem - keeping tabs on a small, but vital, physical vehicle operation
According to new research from Nesta and The GovLab, the answer is yes. Which is why we need to encourage the growth of open source-powered ‘collective intelligence’
Cancer may be the world’s second largest killer, but there is lots of innovative work going on in the realm of AI software to improve early diagnosis and, therefore, boost survival rates. Two companies doing just that are UK-based C the Signs and Panakeia Technologies.
A new report released today by think tank Institute for Government does a good job of highlighting the government’s digital wins and failures in response to COVID-19.
The NHS has been conducting work to widen digital participation in health and care to understand the impact a lack of digital access has on underrepresented groups.
The reformed working-age benefits system, Universal Credit, has been being rolled out for a number of years - but faced an unprecedented test when COVID-19 hit.
For the past 26 years StepChange has been working to help people manage their problem debt. A new COVID-19 service is being built with Pega for more short-term financial needs.
Team Rubicon, a US NGO that operates in disaster zones, is moving from a reactive to a preventative client services model, with the help of AI. CIO/CTO Raj Kamachee explains the how and the why.
How TIBCO is helping a charity grow to become a primary food `wholesaler’ (without the sales element) for hundreds of London charities that daily provide food for their clients
With a digital and data strategy central to the work of the London Borough of Barking and Dagenham, the local authority used the resident data it had gathered to locate and support the most at risk during the first lockdown.