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Shared Services Event – A bit about our guest speakers

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The Shared Services in local government event is rapidly approaching in March, and has thus far attracted attendees from Bathness, Plymouth, West Sussex, Devon, Mendip, and West Somerset councils (as well as further afield). The event looks set to have some great networks within local government as well a leading industry press; with chair Jos […]

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Shared Services – Getting IT Right in the Public Sector

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As shared services continue to grow across the public sector and with increasing pressure to reduce spending, it is vital to implement changes in IT to support a smooth transition. Jos Creese, former CIO for Hampshire County Council, recently wrote a guide for the implementation of shared services within local government and the importance of the role of […]

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What non-IT leaders really think about ‘digital and IT’ (and what to do about it)

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It’s always valuable to hear the differing perspectives of senior executives on the role of digital – not least for the fact that they don’t always chime with the views of CIOs. Research recently published by Eduserv surveyed senior leaders in government about their views on the progress towards digital and the role of IT […]

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Doing less, better: How to prioritise IT spending and activity

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It’s become pretty tricky for CIOs and IT directors in local government deciding how to spend scarce resources. On the one hand there is a need to modernise and maintain the existing infrastructure and services; on the other, there is a need to invest in new technologies and new ways of working, as well as […]

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