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This whitepaper by Global Data, commissioned by SAP Concur, explores some of the public sector's successful implementations of spend management systems.
Are contact tracing apps or a “Test, Track and Trace” strategy enough to get the UK safely back to normal after COVID-19? A public warning system that leverages location data for targeted alerts to mobile phones can extend the value of this approach.
This white paper from Everbridge looks at the learnings from countries that used such systems to accelerate a return to normal.
This report from Egress, built on the back of an independent survey, explores the significant challenge of insider breaches – employees either deliberately or accidentally sharing sensitive data.
As austerity has loosened its grip, and with Brexit looming, government spend with consultancies has crept back up. The consultancy costs reported in departments’ annual reports totalled £332 million for 2017-18. This report from Proxima asks whether government has learnt from past mistakes.
The National Audit Office (NAO) estimates that there are over 100,000 commercial relationships in place across the five largest Whitehall departments, and there will be many more looking across government as a whole. The intention is that each and every one will deliver value for money - this report examines the reality.
This new report by Proxima examines the government's procurement strategy, and asks whether the transformations undertaken so far are effective in improving the commercial capabilities of departments.
This new report by International Data Corporation shows why digital transformation should go hand in hand with network transformation and reviews the factors that organisations should carefully consider in their network migration.
This new report from EY shows how collecting and analysing data from multiple households can lead to early intervention and better outcomes for less money.
This report outlines five connectivity trends affecting the public sector - and how your organisation should respond to them
This report highlights the changing priorities of UK citizens in terms of security, are they still concerned most about physical safety, or is the threat of identity theft and online fraud now a greater concern?
This report from the IBM Centre for the Business of Government oulines a maturity model for departments and agencies to develop the capacity and capabilities to fully leverage AI’s potential.
This report draws on two studies commissioned by Vodafone coupled with expert opinion to identify the primary forces influencing employee performance in the public sector and the keys to not only unlocking the door to greater productivity, but also a more motivated, engaged, happier and healthier workforce.
This report by Reform demonstrates the potential of data sharing to transform the delivery of public services and improve outcomes for citizens. It explores how government can overcome various challenges to ‘get data right’ and enable better use of personal data within and between public-sector organisations.
This whitepaper by Thoughtonomy is designed to demonstrate how organisations can realise the benefits of intelligent automation in helping to achieve their ambitions – from reducing operating costs to driving revenue growth, and from improved customer experience to creating a happier workforce.
This paper looks to dispel some of the myths around global networks, and explain how BT Intelligent Connectivity delivers smarter networks. Networks that help you transform your organisation and meet your challenges – today and in the future.
This joint report by IBM and New Statesman looks at the range of advantages this new technology will bring to the public sector, ultimately driving economic growth and benefiting society as a whole.
This IBM-commissioned report by Bloor Research looks at some of the fundamental technological changes that are reshaping the social contract, and how the government should adapt.
This report by BT covers the basics of GDPR and the technical challenges that organisations need to look out for.