Parties present their digital visions and genuine choices to the electorate Kulveer Ranger
THE future is digital and the political parties may have finally woken up to this fact. So what can the next government do to learn from the likes of Uber, Airbnb and Deliveroo and build innovative and truly citizen-centric modern public services? The Conservative manifesto promises to create a new a new presumption of digital government services by default and an expectation that all government services will be fully accessible online, with assisted digital support available for all public sector websites. It also pledges digital transformation fellowships so hundreds of leaders from the world of tech can come into government to help deliver better services. This is welcome news and builds on the digital strategy launched…
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