Archives for June 12th, 2001

E-GOVERNMENT – WINNING THE E-REVOLUTION

Book News, PublicNet: 12 June, 2001

By Neil Hollins.The Government’s determination to deliver on its manifesto promises has brought a new impetus to e-government and the e-revolution. The target to deliver all services on line by 2005 is now closely aligned to delivering the modernising agenda’ within the life of the next Parliament. Neil Hollins looks at the local government scene including conflicting accounts of progress and the benefits of success. He also describes a case where the vision has been turned into reality.

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UNIONS URGED TO WORK WITH GOVERNMENT

Headlines, PublicNet: 12 June, 2001

The TUC General Secretary John Monks is to tell the public service unions today (Tuesday) that they must work with the Government if they are to prove that public services are best delivered largely by public servants rather than the private sector.He will describe last week’s election result as a vote for better public services – especially education and transport and health – and argue that it’s time to work in partnership with the Government to help achieve change. Otherwise he will predict that in four years time voters will lose patience.

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JOINED UP MACHINERY TO DELIVER JOINED UP GOVERNMENT

Headlines, PublicNet: 12 June, 2001

Along with the winners and losers in the race for appointments in the new Government, there appear to be winners and losers in the search for more joined-up government.The Prime Minister has made a number of major changes to the machinery of government as part of his re-shuffle of ministers. They are intended to sharpen delivery, specifically of improved public services.

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