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    Watch: Example of Digital Process Automation in action
    Digital Process Automation (DPA) is a great way to help employees create digital solutions quickly and easily, saving time and money. Here is a real-life scenario, set in a local council housing department, to highlight the advantages of DPA compared to both manual and custom code approaches.
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    Digital Transformation: What problems are public sector organisations looking to solve?
    Public sector organisations are wrestling to address a whole host of issues when they embark on their digital transformation journey.
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    Q&A: Driving efficiencies with Digital Process Automation
    Recently, we hosted the webinar ‘How to automate processes and drive efficiencies in Local Government.' Here is an amended write-up of the webinar Q&A, including answers to questions we didn’t have time to respond to, with our Digital Process Automation (DPA) Lead Tim Stephenson.
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    Watch: How Digital Process Automation can help local government automate and drive efficiencies
    Zaizi hosted a webinar looking at how local councils can use Digital Process Automation (DPA) to provide better services for residents against the backdrop of the constant funding challenges councils face.
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    Local Digital Declaration: Creating a blueprint to ‘fix the plumbing’ in local government
    Local government is walking a tight-rope. It’s balancing the challenges of updating legacy systems to provide better services to citizens but with less money — for example, councils in England are potentially facing a funding gap of £8 billion by 2025. So what is being done about this?
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    Reflections On LocalGovCamp 2017
    Having spent much of 2017 working with organisations like Nesta and tracking exemplars in local government across the country. We’ve been aware of progress being made in using data to drive innovative service development.
  • If Your Data Is Broken Then So Is Your GDPR Strategy
    If Your Data Is Broken Then So Is Your GDPR Strategy
    Most of you will be familiar with the mantra teachers drilled into us at school: fail to prepare, prepare to fail. This mantra could not be more apt for the upcoming General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). With the May 2018 looming, the GDPR compliance clock is only getting louder and louder. With just over a year to go, it could be easy for government organisations to be complacent but I would caution against this. GDPR will demand huge changes to organisational, IT Infrastructure and
  • Alfresco Meetups for Government | Follow up
    The follow up to the Alfresco Meetup for Government event held at TechUK, specifically for sharing innovative ideas for using open source platforms to ensure government employs better ways of working.
  • Technology and forward thinking, a recipe for smarter working
    Technology and forward thinking, a recipe for smarter working
    Like a lot of councils, we’re having to think about how we shape ourselves for the future. Nothing ever stays the same for very long and the pace of technological change has not only transformed how we engage citizens but how they, in turn, want to interact with us. If we want to ensure we’re fit for purpose in the digital age, this means making changes to our processes.
  • 5 reasons why local government needs open source
    Technology is only one part of the delivery jigsaw puzzle, but it has a big role to play in helping to create modern local government. Open source in particular has a lot to offer. As a technology it's always skirted around the periphery, but I've got a feeling that is about to change.
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