Modernizing processes doesn't have to cost years or excessive amounts of money. Christoph Garms shares three examples of lessons learned from digital transformation in the public sector from Neptune Software.
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A lack of representation in the STEM sector of minoritized groups is intersectional, systemic and is leading to a lack of skills, experiences and perspectives in the workforce.
The UK’s newly created Digital Markets Unit has been given powers to tackle the market dominance of big tech firms - but will it work without global consensus?
Prime Minister Boris Johnson gave a speech this week aimed at ‘levelling up’ the country - where skills and education form a key focus.
This week’s eForum on AI policy tries to locate the signal amidst the noise regarding the UK’s strategy, with help from Professor Dame Wendy Hall.
The British Government is this week telling the world that it’s going to be a really good place for digital to thrive. And it has some principles (?) to make that happen.
MPs on the Work and Pensions Committee have raised concerns about the government’s lack of ambition when it comes to planning for the future of work.
The Infrastructure Bank was announced in the Autumn last year and aims to help support Britain’s recovery in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Local government reform is triggering massive organizational and technological change for UK councils. James Arvin at Unit4 looks at the scope and scale of the transformation and the technology choices for new unitary councils.
The Internal Revenue Service’s thinking about digital taxpayer services has been accelerated during the COVID-19 pandemic.