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21/12/2022

A cyber-resilient public sector needs investment

Arnie Armstrong, Cyber Security Principal at public sector technology delivery experts, Made Tech, discusses why building a cyber-resilient public sector has never been more important.

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08/11/2022

Public sector IT projects need ethical data practices from start

Data ethics needs be to integrated into public sector IT projects from the very start, and considered throughout every stage of the process, to be effective.

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Without data literacy government cannot be data-driven

28/07/2022

Jim Stamp, Head of Data at Made Tech, argues that the government must improve data literacy if it’s to have any chance to meet its own data-driven aims.

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Made Tech named supplier on CCS Digital Specialists and Programmes framework

31/03/2022

The £4 billion pan-government collaborative agreement aims to support large-scale digital transformation programmes. These will be used by central government departments and other UK public sector bodies, including local authorities and health.

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How to create open, shared and sustainable data in government

13/12/2022

Charles Baird and Firoze Salim from the Central Digital and Data office (CDDO) joined Made Tech’s Jim Stamp to examine how both central and local government can drive innovation through data sharing.

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How to improve local government digital services projects

27/09/2022

Annie Heath, UCD Principal at Made Tech, shares her insights on why projects often stall at the discovery stage and what local government teams can put into place to ensure the running of a successful digital services programme.

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17/05/2022

Lincoln Council launches online tool to report housing repairs

City of Lincoln Council has become the first to use a new reporting tool for housing repairs developed with support from the Local Digital Fund of the Department of Levelling Up, Housing and Communities.

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