Archives for November 26th, 2002

LIVERPOOL’S E-VOLUTION

Features, PublicNet: 26 November, 2002

By David Henshaw – Liverpool City Council Chief Executive. Reproduced by permission of eGov Monitor Weekly. Liverpool is being transformed from sea port to e-port and investment in new technology is helping to drive the change. David Henshaw describes how customer access and customer relations have been revolutionized. He also explains how the know-how is being marketed to generate income for the council.



EXPERTS GET TOGETHER TO LOOK AT EFECTIVE E-GOVERNMENT

Headlines, PublicNet: 26 November, 2002

Leading information technology and computing practitioners from central and local government will be brought together today to look at the best ways of delivering effective e-Government.They will join representatives from various agencies and NGOs as well as experts from the private sector at a two-day conference which will look at a range of subjects including streamlining the flow of information.

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RESEARCHERS SAY TENANTS GROUPS ‘OUTPERFORM’ COUNCILS ON HOUSING SERVICES

Headlines, PublicNet: 26 November, 2002

Council tenants who take over managing their own housing estates can achieve high quality services at reasonable costs, according to an independent report.Research by a team from Oxford Brookes University, carried out for the Office of the Deputy Prime Minister, found that more than half of Tenant Management Organisations also make a big contribution to regenerating the areas in which they live.

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