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    Building better, more efficient services: the Home Office's ambitious 2024 DDaT strategy
    The Home Office Digital, Data and Technology (DDaT) published its 2024 strategy, looking at ways it can work more efficiently and better respond to its users. The strategy sets out how the department will reduce costs and consolidate its technologies while being product-centric and data-driven to meet users’ needs.  At the heart of the strategy are six principles:
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    Digital Transformation: What the public sector needs to consider in 2021
    It was an eventful 2020. And 2021 is expected to be equally tumultuous as we continue to grapple with the Covid-19 pandemic and deal with life outside the EU. But amongst this uncertain backdrop, how can the public sector accelerate its digital transformation journey? Here, some members of our leadership team give their views on what government needs to consider in the coming year.  
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    Still entering data manually? Digitise & automate your systems
    Be honest, how many times have you filled in a spreadsheet this week? A quick search on a well-known jobs site found me 1406 jobs matching ‘data entry’ and that’s before we include titles like finance or credit controllers, accounts payable and everything related to stock control.  And don’t even get me started about the print and re-type rubber bands holding our NHS together.
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    Public sector digital transformation: What government needs to consider in 2020
    A new decade signals a new dawn in digital government.
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    Top five most viewed blogs in 2019
    We've written a whole host of blogs in the last 12 months from thought leadership content to top tips and educational pieces. But what's been our most viewed blog of 2019? Here's a look at our top five posts 'Pick of the Pops' style!  
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    What has digital government learned in the past year?
    We’ve written about many topics over the last 12 months based on our expertise and conversations with our public sector clients.  So, what are the key themes that we've seen emerge in digital government this year?
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    Why organisations are interested in process automation — Flowable
    Process automation helps organisations speed up repetitive tasks but also enables them to measure performance and use the data to make informed decisions.  That's the view of Paul Holmes-Higgin, the chief product officer of Flowable, the open source BPM (Business Process Management) provider.
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    Garbage-in/garbage-out: why data quality is critical to digital automation
    When it comes to conversations about automation, it’s typically the possibilities that technology has to offer which grab the headlines. Although it’s important for people to understand the kind of efficiency gains that robots or artificial intelligence can deliver for organisations, there are pre-requisites to consider beforehand to achieve those gains and that merits airtime as well.
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    How to plan and deliver your automation project
    Accelerating your digital transformation through the use of automation has reached a tipping point in central government. What was once considered a technology for the future is now entering the mainstream. 
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    Camunda's Bernd Rücker on process automation
    At a recent conference for Java and Software innovation, we bumped into Bernd Rücker, co-founder and chief technologist of open-source workflow and decision automation platform Camunda. We asked Bernd what he felt were the biggest problems facing process automation/process efficiency projects and how Camunda can solve some of these problems. Find out what he said:
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