We’ve been exploring options for our clients who currently host services on PaaS and thinking about what this means for the wider community.
The need for digital, data and technology (DDaT) skills in government grows relentlessly so we’ve put together an all-in-one package to support your organisation through a DDAT assessment with minimum disruption to your organisation.
You might have been as surprised as us to hear GOV.UK PaaS is being decommissioned. This has left many wondering what comes next. Fortunately, there are options…
A discovery phase helps organisations prioritise what to do first when improving a public service. But not all projects make it past this stage. Here are 5 reasons projects don’t make it out of discovery, and how to make sure they do when they should.
Local authorities are spending an astounding £30 million each year, solely answering housing repair calls. To support these councils we created an online service to help tenants in local authority housing report their repair needs.
Housing is one of the fundamentals of local government. But what’s obvious from our conversations with local authorities is that legacy technology is no longer fit for purpose. We must do better. And with a collaborative mindset and agile approach – we can.
In this post, our Head of Local Government Glen Ocsko looks at 4 reasons why open source data can help local government organisations provide better services.
In this post, our Head of Local Government Glen Oskco explores the role that open source data has to play in local government digital evolution, and how local governments can create better services for their people by becoming data-driven.
In this post, our Head of Local Government Glen Ocsko takes a look at three ways local governments can start to address these challenges and start embedding the process of digital evolution in their organisations.
Local governments are behind the curve when it comes to digital evolution. Head of Local Government Glen Ocskó explains four reasons why.