Newcastle City Council

Problem Statement At Newcastle City Council we have adopted an agile approach to developing digital services for our customers. We don’t, however, have a consistent process to receive, analyse and […]

Buckinghamshire County Council

NHS Choices estimate that over the next 17 years more than 16 million of us will be over the age of 65. With less money available and increasing demand, adult […]

Thanet District Council

The Local Authority works in partnership with other organisations to improve the resilience of Kent and to ensure a coordinated response to emergencies. Emergency planning should aim to prevent emergencies […]

London Borough of Tower Hamlets

In the Alpha phase, we seek to address the questions: How do we build connection at a hyper-local level? How do we enable interactivity with conveners across the system? We […]

Sunderland City Council

Moving house is stressful and this is not helped by the complexity of the public sector front-end, as a new resident has to navigate individually a disjointed mass of bureaucratic processes in […]

Adur & Worthing Councils

Our project wishes to bring joined-up, best-practice digital thinking to the challenging problem of local service directories. Every local authority, health organisation, police force, together with other voluntary sector partners […]

Stockton-on-Tees Borough Council

Adult social care (ASC) is currently one of the most analogue and expensive services that councils deliver. The Care Act increased the pressure particularly around assessments and with an ageing […]

Basildon Borough Council

As per the Civil Contingencies Act 2004 local authorities are a category 1 responders and have a key role in supporting emergency services and are equally responsible for assessing the […]

Portsmouth City Council

The fundamental issue to address as part of the project is to produce a one-stop-shop of all services across the city. Currently there are multiple databases and multiple service providers, […]

Royal Borough of Kingston upon Thames

By utilising physical and digital interactions to offer human-centred support before needs become critical we could save money on expensive high-need treatments and also ensure our population is happier, healthier […]