Archives for May 10th, 2001

RE-INVENTING GOVERNMENT IN THE INFORMATION AGE

Book News, PublicNet: 10 May, 2001

Richard HeeksCan information technology help ‘reinvent government’? It can, but only if correctly managed. This book provides a new model for management of ‘information age reform’, based on a review of international experience. It offers practical guidance, analytical insights plus detailed case studies. It will therefore be of value to practitioners, managers and trainers in the public sector.

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LGA LAUNCHES REPORT INTO THE WAY WE VOTE

Headlines, PublicNet: 10 May, 2001

The Local Government Association (LGA) has taken the opportunity of the announcement of the general election to lobby for an updated way of voting.Local council chief executives are responsible for running the UK’s polling booths – whether for local, general or European elections. And they think the whole system of putting a cross in a box with a stubby pencil needs modernising.

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DOOR OPENS TO MODERNISED BENEFIT PAYMENTS

Headlines, PublicNet: 10 May, 2001

The Government says it has now reached agreement with the main UK banks on introducing Universal Banking Services at post offices.It describes it as a major boost to the post office network, which may be especially welcome in rural areas where such facilities make up essential local services.

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