Private Sector Insight

Getting the technology right for smarter working

10 February 2016

Microsoft takes a look at some of the technology that can help your organisation on its journey to smarter working

BT appointed for £10m digital health data project

29 January 2016

London Borough of Islington has approved the appointment of a supplier to deliver an ICT...

The unexpected benefit of going digital by default

18 January 2016

New research from Vodafone reveals a surprising link between technology and trust in public services. 

It’s time for the government’s digital strategy to take flight

21 December 2015

In the wake of the Spending Review, Sopra Steria’s MD of Central Government, John Baskerville, sits down to discuss the next generation of digital services

Transforming services will require new approaches to procurement and smarter use of technology

21 December 2015

John Hicks, director and UK head of government and public for AECOM, on how civil servants can embrace change and deliver value

Catch up with KPMG and CSW's post-Spending Review webinar

11 December 2015

KPMG, in association with Civil Service World, invites you to listen to a webinar on the outcome of the Comprehensive Spending Review, held on December 10

Understanding the Digital Transformation of Government: a progress report

23 November 2015

Research from Sopra Steria and Dods shows how far government's digital agenda has come, and where the challenges remain

Working together for a more stable future

23 November 2015

Private sector providers can play an important role in realising the government’s One HMG Overseas approach to conflict stabilisation

Cyber apprentices and the escalating data arms race

17 November 2015

Cyber security apprentices from government to join apprentices from BT at networking and training event later this month

A radical re-think for public sector transformation

2 November 2015

With the ‘low-hanging fruit’ exhausted, the public sector must approach new government saving targets with a radically different attitude, says AECOM