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Open Access Government 20 - October 2018

Open Access Government October 2018

Open Access Government October 2018 highlights a wide array of government policy issues from all around the globe, including health and social care, research and innovation, environment, agriculture, energy, transport, security, ICT, blockchain innovation, government plus HR & training
real estate, blockchain technology

Is it safe to buy and sell real estate on the...

Emmanuel Darko, distributed ledger technology expert discusses the capabilities of purchasing real estate through the blockchain.
Bitcoin

What is Bitcoin Cryptocurrency?

Bitcoin this, Blockchain that. All we ever hear about lately is cryptocurrencies and how they are going to transform the world. But what exactly is cryptocurrency and how does it work?

Latest Blockchain Innovation eBook

Blockchain Innovation July

Blockchain Innovation July 2018

A very warm welcome to the Blockchain Innovation July 2018 publication, featuring a variety of thought-provoking mix of comment pieces on this exciting technology, including its potential in the public sector
Mercury

Spacecraft set to blast off on Mercury mission

In the early hours of tomorrow morning, a spacecraft made possible by the best of UK space science is set to blast off bound for Mercury
stopping fraud

Stopping fraud against the NHS: new plans announced

Health and Social Care Secretary Matt Hancock has announced how it will take tougher action on stopping fraud and save hundreds of millions of pounds for the NHS over the next 5 years, increasing the money available for improving patient care
pedestrianisation

Security: Protecting public spaces with pedestrianisation

Gavin Hepburn, Director at ATG Access shares his expert perspective on the importance of security in terms of protecting public spaces with pedestrianisation
cost of retirement

Most Brits massively underestimate cost of retirement

The UK’s future pensioners look set to be cash-strapped as most Brits either have no idea or are wildly underestimating the cost of retirement
nation's heritage sites

Brits demand more protection for nation’s heritage sites

Passionate Brits want more measures put in place to protect the nation’s heritage sites, according to new research
greener future

Tech and the shared responsibility of a greener future

Independent energy consultant Joss Clarke believes tech innovations have shown the future can be bright, but the whole sector needs to do its part to make a greener future
educational organisations

Educational organisations are risking GDPR penalties by not wiping the memory...

Despite GDPR legislation having come into effect over four months ago, the majority of UK educational organisations are now risking penalties by failing to adhere to some of the rules
technological skills

The technological skills of the global elderly population

The technological skills that elderly people possess are ranged — they have smartphones, know how to Skype and have their own Facebook profiles. But, does it depend on what country you live in as to whether the older locals have a grip on the latest technology?
pay gap

NHS pledges action to eliminate ethnicity pay gap

The NHS will work towards eliminating the gender pay gap and ensuring top managers are as diverse as the staff they represent
cyclists and pedestrians

Safety for cyclists and pedestrians at heart of Highway Code review

Transport Minister Jesse Norman has announced that the Government is set to review how road users should behave in relation to cyclists and pedestrians