'We don't need IT projects being re-badged as digital transformation - we need a proper Digital Transformation strategy set by the centre,' demands the firm's CEO, Simon Hansford
On Friday, "If you don't have developers, you don't have content. And if you don't have content, you don't have a service," GDS's Holly Ellis reminded delegates at Think Digital Government 2017
Last Friday's major public sector IT buyer and seller event hailed a success by attendees and sponsors alike
A message from the many major firms that have committed to support Friday's major e-government conference, Think Digital Government 2017 (Business Design Centre, Islington)
Online channels and greater use of self-service should enable support when people really need those services, says customer engagement contender Freshworks
‘After our success in the commercial sector, we believe there is a need for the same quality of professionalism in the digital public services market,’ says this ambitious IT services firm
With its mission of ‘redefining the digital’, the upcoming one day event (September 15) asks the hard question of what does the UK need to do to prepare the public sector for a future outside the EU?
Are we too focused on technology and which project management approach to use, instead of actual benefits to citizen digital service users, for example?
As of July 2017, total spend through the Digital Marketplace topped £2.6bn, says GDS - and 45% was with SMEs
Holly Ellis, Director of Capability at the Government Digital Service, will be speaking at the upcoming Think Digital Government 2017 conference. Here, she gives us a flavour of why