The WGPlus editorial team is now signing off for its holiday period with Seasonal Greetings to all our readers. Our first offering for 2019 will be published w/c 14 January 2019.
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|Analogue Government Services are no longer the most efficient / economic option|
Technology is changing the world, fast. We in the Civil Service can’t afford to ignore that. Instead we must harness it.
Technology is revolutionising the way we deliver public services and deliver impact around the world. Technological innovations give us the power to connect, to include, to change and to improve. Pretending change isn’t happening is not an option – we must keep pace with it.The Civil Service of the future will need people with a broader set of skills so that we can navigate this complex environment more effectively as we serve modern Britain. In line with the vision of A Brilliant Civil Service – we must seek to embrace technological change, grasping the opportunities it presents.
|Not so surprising then that it’s having an increasing impact on politics|