What type of digital transformation is right for public services?

Thom Beckett, Transformation Lead at Made Tech, explores the different types of digital change that can be applied to public services to make sure they’re user-centred.

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Addressing the digital and data skills gap to deliver enduring transformation

Public services are under the cosh with departments and agencies facing constrained budgets, but with the same number of priorities to deliver.

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Digital innovation during a cost-of-living crisis

James Buckley, Head of Practice for Digital Transformation, Made Tech, explains how the public sector can achieve digital innovation: they must prioritise efficiency to improve services while keeping costs low.

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Housing Technology magazine

Made Tech’s Head of Local Government Glen Ocskó discusses housing repairs technology (p.30) and artificial intelligence in housing (p. 44-49).

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How do we improve the adoption of open source in the NHS?

Commitments to open-source technology are enshrined in NHS policy but adoption is frustratingly slow. It is time to spread the word on the new way to collaborate on, co-fund and reuse digital technology, says Made Tech’s Hazel Jones

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NHS Gloucestershire, Made Tech and Mace & Menter receives high commendation at HSJ Partnership Awards 2023


On Your Mind Glos, a joint project between NHS Gloucestershire, Made Tech and Mace & Menter has been highly commended in the HealthTech Partnership of the Year category at the HSJ Partnership Awards 2023.

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How to stop data ethics becoming a roadblock to innovation


The last thing the public sector needs is a conversation around the ethical use of data slowing down or blocking innovation. Made Tech’s Haroon Ahmed explains the ways ethical data can be an enabler to design services and successfully underpin technology practices.

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Empowering young people with digital mental health tools

Beth Gibbons explains how her team created a digital tool that acts as a single source of truth for the mental health resources available to young people in the area, and how it’s given them more control in their care.

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