IaaS – considerations for the public sector

Developments in IaaS is encouraging more public sector IT managers to reconsider their platform options. Paul Timms explains why

Why compassionate organisations are the way forward

Sarah Hughes, chief executive of the Centre for Mental Health, looks at mental health in the workplace and how to work towards long-term change

Going beyond organisational transformation

Having a network of collaborative leaders is essential to leading whole system change, write Oliver Excell and Tony Wood

UAS in government and public services

Dr Sue Wolfe provides us a review of government policy and explains how drones are being used to revolutionise some public services

Stepping up security for Chinese New Year

Gavin Hepburn, director at ATG Access, describes the importance of ensuring the public is kept safe during the UK’s Chinese New Year celebrations

The role of energy recovery in UK waste management after Brexit

Roy Hathaway, Europe Policy Advisor at the Environmental Services Association, considers the prospects for the UK waste-to-energy sector post-Brexit

Is the NCSC doing enough to protect us from today’s cyber threats?

In its annual review, the NCSC reported preventing a total of 79,567 attacks. But how successful has the organisation been? David Warburton discusses

Culture is the secret ingredient for digital transformation

Terry Storrar explains why cultural change is central to digital transformation projects in the public sector

More sustainable building practices

Russell Beattie looks at some of the ways in which the heating, ventilation and air conditioning industry is contributing in the push towards energy efficiency

Acting together: Tackling risk in construction

Lesley Balkham explains how the Health & Safety Executive is working with industry to tackle risk in the construction sector

The importance of web accessibility

The local government sector can no longer ignore the importance of web accessibility, says Hilary Stephenson

Cycling can revitalise UK towns and cities

Investing in cycling infrastructure and enabling more people to get around by is one of the best ways to revitalise towns and city centres, writes Rachel White

Driving towards a greener fleet future

Dundee has been described as ‘leading the way’ with its electrical vehicle infrastructure making it one of the most EV-friendly places in the UK. Rebecca Wallace explains why

Improving people’s experiences of social care

Alice Maynard, chair of NICE's guideline committee, discusses new social care guidance and how to provide a positive care experience

The top read GB articles of 2017

The future of local government is unclear, with 2018 beginning amid the same financial uncertainty. GB takes a look back at our top read features from last year

Fighting back against fraud

In an age of cyber crime, ransomware and identity theft, Reigate & Banstead Borough Council is taking the lead in tackling fraud, financial crime and money laundering

Improving the life chances of Essex’s young people

Essex County Council is creating a single record of a child from birth to adulthood. Emma Toublic discusses the initiative's positive impact

Putting people at the heart of local government digital reform

Digital must be the enabler, not the driver, of reform. Eddie Copeland, director of Government Innovation at Nesta, explains why real innovation starts with people


Event Diary

Flood & Coast has become the authoritative annual exhibition and conference for anyone involved in flood and coastal erosion risk management in the UK.