Archives for January 10th, 2002

ELECTRONIC LOCAL GOVERNMENT: A FRAMEWORK FOR ACTION

Book News, PublicNet: 10 January, 2002

This report offers a framework for thinking about electronic government based on the activities already under way in a wide range of local authorities. It highlights the longer-term policy dilemmas for councillors and senior officers that are emerging from this work and sets out the practical tasks that are involved in making progress locally. Topics covered include: opportunities and challenges of electronic service delivery; developing the electronic community; internal electronic government; leading and organising for electronic local government; and developing the culture and infrastructure. The report is illustrated by practical examples from a wide range of authorities.Published by Foundation for Information Technology in Local Government (FITLOG) www.fitlog.org.uk  <http://www.fitlog.org.uk> 90 pounds for commercial organizations and 45 pounds for non-commercial organizations.

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HI-TECH CONNECTIONS FOR RAF FAMILIES

Headlines, PublicNet: 10 January, 2002

The RAF is using web technology to create better contact links for the families of service personnel.This month it launches a community support website, www.rafcom.co.uk , which is intended to bring RAF families within a keystroke of social support information.

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MORE WINTER PRESSURES ADVICE

Headlines, PublicNet: 10 January, 2002

A new report suggests that extra funding for councils may not be the only answer to solving winder pressures on the NHS.The Government has this week announced more funding for local councils to provide care, which will bridge the gap between leaving hospital and being able to cope at home.

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