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Digital public sector news, research & engagement

Tuesday 24 April 2012

Innovation = Savings for Government ICT

From the new e-petitions site to evolving electoral registration, Mark O'Neill, proposition director for Innovation at the Government Digital Service in Cabinet Office, believes that the power of technology and a relentless focus on user experience can transform participation, democracy and public service delivery in the UK. He talks UKAtv's Helen Olsen through a quick round up of his team's current focus and projects across the public sector.

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