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Professor Nick Jennings CB FREng FRS, Chair of the Engineering Policy Centre Committee at the Royal Academy of Engineering, states why engineering policy should be at the heart of policymaking.
In less than two months, two Conservative Prime Ministers have resigned - it begs the question, do we need a general election?
The Labour Party has achieved its largest poll lead in over two decades over the Conservatives; is this enough to win the next general election?
The new Prime Minister is rapidly losing popularity following a controversial mini-budget and a plummeting pound; the question is, how long will Liz Truss last?
30 years on from the adoption of the UNFCCC, Egypt will take on the role of COP27 president with a pledge to turn words into action on climate change.
Police legitimacy is at an all time low in England and Wales following a plethora of scandals from murder, misogyny, violence against women, racism and profiling which have come more and more to the fore over the past few years.
Digital transformation in government is shifting to prioritise expanding the role of digital technologies, such as automation, in service delivery.
Open Access Government provides an update on Crown Commercial Service technology frameworks, as part of the wider picture of public procurement in the UK.
Henry Waite, Managing Director of Blue Marble looks at strategies to reduce supply chain emissions.
The Long COVID lessons learned beyond the COVID-19 pandemic are detailed here by leading Professors working on the University College London STIMULATE-ICP programme.
We welcome our October 2022 digital publication - this autumn we are bringing you extensive policy analysis, including health & social care, research & innovation, digital transformation, transport, finance, government, environment, agriculture, energy and much more Links to some of our high-profile editorial contributions can be found below: Developing Canadian leadership...
Glider Technology Limited discusses built asset data and its importance for the construction industry.
Saj Huq, head of innovation at Plexal discusses national security amongst nation states, and the need for better technology, ideas and innovations.
Jo Feldman, Chief Commercial Officer at UBDS, walks us through letting go of legacy IT strategies for digital citizens.
The death of 22-year-old Mahsa Amini has influenced mass protests across Iran, after being killed by morality police due to headscarf rules.
Colin Gray discusses how to limit fraudulent activity and safeguard citizens amidst Liz Truss' energy price freeze.
Plastic waste and single-use plastic is a significant environmental, climate, and global health challenge – and it only seems to be getting worse.
Adaptation to climate change takes research-based decision-making and decisive action, argues Local Government Denmark and Danish Regions.
Steve Russell provides an invaluable insight into the benefits and challenges of digitised local government processes such as digital records management.
USDA will provide nearly $2 billion in additional funding to food banks and school meal programs for purchasing American-grown foods.