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- Chris Doutney joins the Civica Group to lead the newly formed Civica Digital business
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- Luton Borough Council commits to further 10 years with Civica as part of ambitious transformation programme
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Luton Borough Council commits to further 10 years with Civica as part of ambitious transformation programme
Luton Borough Council has extended its strategic partnership with Civica, a market leader in software applications, digital solutions and outsourcing, with a new ITO contract which will support the...
Building the right team to support the beautiful local government game
Running a local authority could be compared to running a Premier League football club, if not a little more complicated. It needs a strong manager, team players, a clear strategy, business mind-set...
Councils must knit together to achieve smarter working
Councils are increasingly identifying opportunities to not only consolidate and share back-office functions to achieve economies of scale, but actually knit themselves together from the bottom up. ...
Changing the fabric of local government
The fabric of local government is changing. The recent announcement that by the end of this parliament, 100% of local government resources will be controlled by individual councils, is nothing sho...
Spending review: Preparing the ground for the devolution revolution
George Osborne chose to use the podium at the Conservative Party conference to announce a “devolution revolution”, which will shake-up the way local government is funded. We should exp...
Harrow Council wins ‘Innovation in Channel Shift’ award
Leading UK local authority and Civica customer, Harrow Council, is celebrating once again. The council’s fully integrated digital customer services strategy has been recognised by their peers...