For the past 5 months, we’ve been working with the Scottish Government, helping a small team there explore ways to improve how the government makes and receives payments.
“Technology spaghetti” is what you get when your technology, data, commercial arrangements and operating processes get tangled up. It’s not just a problem of having too many pieces in the puzzle, it’s also that the interconnections between them are hard to understand and manage.
Last week Emma and I went to Halifax to visit the Government of Nova Scotia. Public Digital has been working with Service Nova Scotia for about a year, helping them to develop a digital strategy.
The World Wide Web is 30 years old today. It was born on Tim Berners-Lee's NeXT computer at CERN, and in a proposal published in March 1989.
Every organisation needs to be good at technology. That’s why we always tell our clients they need an internet-era CTO. But what does that really mean? What does it look like?