Enterprise -> Public Sector
The future of public sector IT
Historically, IT projects in the public sector have tended to be overspent and underperforming. Not the sort of track record that sends out the right signals during a poor economic climate - but can things be done differently?
Clive Longbottom, Quocirca | 17th July
Government getting to terms with IT procurement?
Many are the tales of the public sector getting poor deals in IT (well, in many areas of procurement, actually). Finally, however, it looks as if someone is getting a handle on what public sector procurement could - and should - be like.
Clive Longbottom, Quocirca | 13th July
Citizen engagement: open, yet secure
Increasingly, government at central and local levels it coming to realise the benefits to itself and its citizens by moving services on-line. Housing, health, benefits - you name it, the public want to be able to interact via the web.
Clive Longbottom, Quocirca | 3rd May
Thunder in the Libraries
Why would a blind person go into a library? Maybe to borrow a book in Braille, or more likely to borrow a talking book, CD or DVD. In Lambeth the new answer is to learn to use a computer. Computers...
Peter Abrahams, Bloor Research | 23rd August
Modernising congested infrastructures saves money and supports the Government's strategy for growth
This article outlines how the streamlining of document-related processes could provide significant cost and efficiency savings for UK Government in the current economy
Andy Jones, Xerox Global Document Outsourcing | 25th July
What will the 2011 Census tell us?
What will the 2011 Census tell us? Not much without geographic information technology! Demographic information guides the planning for all sectors. Whether for the provision of public services, the...
Natalie Newman, Bloor Research | 24th March
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