Archives for February 17th, 1999

CRIME OPPORTUNITIES CAN BE CUT WITH A LITTLE THOUGHT

Headlines, PublicNet: 17 February, 1999

A new report has thrown more light on how crime can be inadvertently encouraged by factors such as poor building design and poor management of places where crime can break out, such as pubs and bars.The report will be useful to police forces and local authorities working to draw up the first ever joint action plans to fight crime on an area by area basis.

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SOCIAL LANDLORDS JOIN IN

Headlines, PublicNet: 17 February, 1999

Housing groups have been invited to be part of the joined-up solution to revitalising Britain’s communities.The Government is consulting on plans to extend the powers’ of registered social landlords to allow them expand their scope beyond simply providing housing services to tenants.

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NETSTATE: CREATING ELECTRONIC GOVERNMENT

Book News, PublicNet: 17 February, 1999

By George LawsonInformation and Communication Technologies (ICTs) challenge the way government collects taxes, conducts monetary policy and regulates flows of information. But to date, the response of government to these challenges has been piecemeal. NetState shows how – if policy makers are prepared to be radical and creative – government can not only survive but thrive in the first digital century. The report defines the principles, roles and functions which can underpin the state of the future, helping to make government more effective, responsive and trustworthy.

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