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    Getting on the front foot: A structured approach to Digital Process Automation
    Last time we looked at how you can take a bottom-up approach with Digital Process Automation (DPA) to control your legacy systems.
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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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    Optimising Agile for user-centred design
    A few weeks ago, I overheard a conversation on a train between two, let’s call them ‘seasoned’ consultants, who were raving to each other about this wonderful new methodology they’d discovered called ‘Agile' and how they were super excited to learn more and put it into practice. Using all the Agile buzzwords, they obviously thought Agile was the answer to all their problems. 
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    What is Digital Process Automation and why do I need it?
    One of the benefits of Digital Process Automation (DPA) is that it provides a roadmap on how you can quickly understand, visualise and improve processes. In the previous blog, we looked at how APIs help with overhauling legacy systems. In this blog, we’ll see how DPA helps you coordinate these APIs and their implementations.
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    Public sector digital transformation: You can’t ignore this any longer - open the ‘too hard’ box
    A big challenge public sector bodies face when it comes to digital transformation is the ambivalence to changing legacy systems; ‘what's the need to replace existing systems?’ some say. Government departments have done well in changing the front-end services citizens use, but not tackling legacy back-end systems will lead to problems over time. 
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    How government departments can give digital transformation projects a shot in the arm in 2019
    Our CEO and Founder Aingaran Pillai has written a piece for Digital Leaders on what public sector institutions need to prioritise in 2019 when it comes to digital transformation. 
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    Digital by Default: Working to GDS’ Government Service Standard principles
    The GDS Government Service Standard — formerly Digital Service Standard — helps government create and run, user-led digital services.  As part of the government’s wider ‘Digital by Default’ drive, the service standard was introduced in 2014 and updated a year later to reduce the number of assessments from 26 to 18. You can find the list here.
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    Digitech 2018: The challenges and benefits of public sector digital transformation
    We were at Digitech 2018 last month speaking to a number of officials from central government about digital transformation and the public sector. Check out what the officials from Government Digital Service (GDS), Crown Commercial Service (CCS) and FCO Services had to say.   How can digital transformation save costs for public sector organisations?  
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    NCSC: ‘Good enough’ cyber security
    Why ‘good enough’ cyber security is good enough
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    Why you should adopt cloud & embed 'good enough' cyber security
    We produced a blog for techUK's cloud week on why organisations should embrace cloud & embed 'good enough' cyber security.   Head of Sales, Andrew Hawkins, says adopting cloud will give organisations the opportunity to grow, innovate and see cost savings. But in implementing cloud, cyber security has to be at the forefront of business thinking.
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