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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
Public Health England have released a report which shows those suffering with severe mental illnesses experience worse physical health compared to the general population.
The Prime Minister has announced ten cities that have been shortlisted for the next stage of the £1.7 billion Transforming Cities Fund.
Professor Nam H. Cho, President of the International Diabetes Federation (IDF) explains why governments across the world could and should do more to help people with diabetes and their families.
Iain Gulland, Chief Executive of Zero Waste Scotland sheds light on a new recycling project which aims to ensure that no plastic is left behind.
John Wright, Global Director of Public Safety & Justice at Unisys shares his thoughts on how UK government policy helps to provide a comprehensive response to the country’s national security.
Durham County Council and Blaenau Gwent Borough Council launch challenge to transform local authority...
Businesses can apply for funding, provided by the GovTech Catalyst Fund, to develop innovative solutions to capture and analyse real-time data to improve local authority services
Open Access Government provides an overview of the German Research Foundation (DFG), the self-governing organisation concerned with funding and supporting science and research in Germany and beyond.
The priorities for health and social care policy in Germany are placed under the spotlight here by Open Access Government, including the Federal Minister of Health’s ambitions for the elderly care sector.
Peter Miller explains how Visionist helped the Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy (BEIS) and the Department for International Trade (DIT) transform their digital capabilities, processes and people.
With so many technological advances, cars are rapidly changing, with fully autonomous cars set to be rolled out by 2020. The concept of the electric car may have been around for over 100 years, but it’s only now that it is becoming a driving force in the car industry.
Carlos Moedas, European Commissioner for Research, Science and Innovation has ambitious and exciting plans for unprecedented funding for research, science and innovation in Europe, as this analysis from Open Access Government reveals
G20 trade ministers met in Argentina to discuss keeping markets open, addressing economic development and reinvigorating the international trading system.
The economy of the European Union (EU) is currently doing quite well. We are most likely at the end of an expansionary phase of the business cycle, average incomes have risen above pre-crisis levels and the average unemployment rate of EU member states is down to 7% from almost 11% in 2013
Jason Fahy, CEO, Knowledge Hub explains how organisations are increasing productivity through collaboration.
Howard Kerr, Chief Executive, BSI shares his views on addressing modern slavery through building supply chain resilience.
The government has issued a £1 million Digital Skills Innovation Fund which will support underrepresented groups to find roles in the digital and tech sector.
A new artificial intelligence whitepaper, compiled by experts from industry, academia, and politics, outlines the opportunities and challenges that AI presents for more efficient, effective and productive public services
Ian Robinson, Director of Business Development at RWS Ltd, has managed and installed key security projects for the national infrastructure and government agencies worldwide. He asks if we need to rethink how we design public spaces, with smarter integrated security in mind.
Roderick Crawford, Director of Public Sector at SAS UK & Ireland assesses the governments determination to improve the relationship between the general public and the public sector.