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Improving outcomes with multi agency partners

I was recently speaking to a senior local government officer about her experiences of the difficulties in creating shared services and multi-agency arrangements with local organisations. 513 more words

Service Design

Here's another nice picture for you to enjoy...!

Nice place to live but perhaps not such a good place to work in the future!  Anyone care to guess where it is?

Cuts

Food for Thought from one of our Readers

Here at Bungosaurusrex we are very fortunate to receive many interesting and enlightening correspondences from our many and ever-increasing Readership.  From time to time we get a correspondence that we’d like to share with our Readers. 107 more words

Leadership

US Government Login Credentials Leaked Online

Recorded Future, a US-based threat intelligence firm, have released a report detailing the possible exposure of login credentials for 47 United States government agencies. The credentials were found spread across 89 separate online domains, including 17 paste sites such as Pastebin.com. 192 more words

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From Zero To Hero

As the dust settles on elections results and their aftermath, what is the future for local government communicators and their teams?

Further cuts are on the way, so at some point the question of the size and worth of a communications function will be debated in nearly every council. 752 more words

Local Government

Reliance High-Tech announces record-breaking annual financials as revenues rise by 24%

Reliance High-Tech has delivered record annual results thanks to the company’s continued focus on operational excellence and IP technology designed to provide a new breed of solutions for its corporate and public sector end user customers. 235 more words

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The beginning of an exodus from the NIGP Code? by Jon Hansen

“Activebidder.com is an eprocurement website that runs Riverside/Irvine California and perhaps a few others . . . 

They just announced the switch from NIGP to NAICS.

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