All posts tagged "Dont Miss"

  • Zimbabwe cracks down on ‘ghost workers’ with ID system

    Zimbabwe’s government has announced its intention to create an identity register of all civil servants and cut the pay of top officials, in a bid to squeeze its huge wage

    • Posted December 5, 2018
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  • Brazilian department urges president-elect to curb civil service salaries

    Salaries of government workers should be brought into line with those of the private sector, according to an official report handed to the president-elect of Brazil. The right-wing former army

    • Posted November 20, 2018
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  • Public sector inventiveness on display at US innovation awards

    Machine learning for navy maintenance, technology to identify suspicious drone operators, and a system to prevent drivers from driving the wrong way down motorways are among the winners of the

    • Posted November 15, 2018
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  • Australian government to launch digital transformation strategy

    The Australian government is to launch a new digital transformation strategy at the beginning of 2019, setting out a roadmap designed to make the country a world leader in digital

    • Posted November 8, 2018
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  • How Britain built its own cliff edge

    The UK’s former Permanent Representative to the EU, Sir Ivan Rogers, left the civil service last year after providing advice on Brexit that ministers didn’t want to hear. Now he

    • Posted October 12, 2018
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  • New Zealand consults on major civil service reforms

    The New Zealand government has unveiled proposals for reform of the civil service in an attempt to break down siloes between its departments. In a speech in parliament last week

    • Posted September 13, 2018
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  • Whole in one: the rise and rise of one-stop shops

    Rising on the back of interdepartmental integration and digital services, ‘one-stop shops’ are growing in popularity around the world. Gavin O’Toole tracks the expansion of integrated service delivery counters, and

    • Posted September 5, 2018
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  • Blockchain: alchemy or wizardry?

    Like the cryptocurrencies that gave birth to them, blockchain technologies attract excitement and scepticism in equal measure. Don’t believe the hype, says James Johns – but in time, blockchain could

    • Posted August 16, 2018
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  • UK consultation to shape geospatial data strategy

    The UK Cabinet Office has launched a consultation on its first geospatial strategy, seeking views on how to make best use of the location data held by public, private and

    • Posted August 15, 2018
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  • Regaining public trust: co-creating a shared future

    Many national governments are experiencing a crisis of public trust – one which, the OECD suggests, can be addressed by being more inclusive, transparent, receptive and efficient. In the second

    • Posted August 2, 2018
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