Government IT solutions, consulting and business benefits
Fujitsu Services has been powering government for more than 40 years. Our services enable critical functions of government at national, local, regional and devolved levels, touching the lives of millions of citizens and employees every day. We see ourselves as partners in the public service, proud of our record and determined to contribute wherever we can to the evolution of the very best services for the whole community.
Our commitment to the public sector is deep, long-term and creative. We believe in the continuous renewal of public services in pursuit of greater value for money, higher responsiveness to citizens' needs, and stronger competitiveness for our economy. These are the goals our technical skills and resources serve.
Read our new Research Report: Online Government Services and the Offline Older Generation
Fujitsu’s new research report proposes 5 ways for the government to manage the drive towards increased online public services but warns against the risk of alienating people in later life – most of whom are not connected, can’t go digital today but do rely on support and are key users of government services. Read the report: Online Government Services and the Offline Older Generation
Insights & Opinions
Collaboration and Pragmatism:
The UK Government’s cloud computing initiative will reduce cost and boost efficiency, but the public sector and its service partners must work hand-in-hand for it to succeed
Making Mobile Solutions
David Rosewell and Craig Merrick of Fujitsu argue that public sector organisations that equip their workforces with powerful mobile solutions can reap multiple benefits, in particular: maintaining front-line services in the face of budget cuts, boosting efficiency, and cutting costs. However, doing this requires careful planning and business change management.
Share and share alike
Motivated by a need to drive efficiencies and reduce costs, Cambridgeshire and Northamptonshire County Councils in the UK have taken the lead when it comes to reaping the rewards of shared services.
Taking the Sting out of Public Sector Cuts
Fujitsu’s Mark Nicholls and Andy Fuller say government departments and local authorities can save billions lost through fraud and error if they adopt an innovative approach to detection already being pioneered by one large public sector organisation. The system and related processes can be implemented quickly and at zero upfront cost, while at the same time improving both the speed of service for claimants and the morale of claims processing staff. With government departments needing to do more for less, this an opportunity that mustn't be squandered.
Public Sector organisations can cut out much of the costs and leg-work associated with ICT procurement by using Frameworks with Fujitsu.
The Desktop21 framework enables customers to select according to their needs, from pre-procured, desktop service modules based on pre-approved, best-in-class offerings. Fujitsu is one of only three preferred suppliers of Desktop21 to the public sector, as selected by Buying Solutions.
Flex is unique in the public sector. It is the only functional government approved cross-departmental Restricted and Confidential shared service framework. The solution gives all public sector organisations access to leading IT infrastructure and services at a significantly reduced cost. According to the Cabinet Office, Flex “has reset the price of desktop services for the ICT Industry”.
The UK public sector has an opportunity to offset the worst effects of budget cuts by tackling billions of pounds of fraud and error with proven, yet still innovative approaches. Fujitsu has considerable expertise in reducing the impact of fraud and error in central and local government.
By using its workforce and its technology in completely new ways, Fujitsu believes that a transformed police service can be created, improving citizen confidence and saving money at the same time.