Friday, 7 February 2014

Camden sets out how Town Hall will adapt to digital changes

Here at Camden we've been doing some thinking about technology and the council and we've developed this document on how we respond to digital change and are asking local people for their views on, until 27th February.

Highlights include:

• Delivering an easy to use online Camden Resident and Business Account available 24/7 via the web and mobile devices
• Joining up Council data and services to deliver a one Council approach that is more responsive and efficient
• Putting investment into Coding Clubs for young people
• Ensuring that no one gets left behind by investing in our public IT facilities so they are modern and accessible
• Expanding public WiFi services across the Borough
• Making it much simpler for our residents to access Council data online so we can be held to account
• Nurturing a digital Borough where assets and infrastructure are linked up, via the internet, to deliver cheaper and radically new services
• Becoming a digital by default Council by removing a 22km mountain of paper and having a mobile workforce
• Putting next generation business intelligence and analytical tools across all front line services to drive high performance
• Creating a Digital Innovation Fund to invest in the acceleration of new ideas and digital solutions that deliver better Council services and ensure no one gets left behind.

See a write up here.

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