Digital Transformation for Government
Against a backdrop of political turbulence, government departments and agencies face pressing challenges in learning fast and acting quickly to deliver innovative services on-demand – and at speed. Digital co-creation offers an opportunity to respond and scale dynamically, to efficiently transform services in a way that is secure, resilient and customised according to your unique requirements.
At Fujitsu, we have vast experience of designing and building new applications and implementing cost-effective digital solutions. We can enable you to transition and digitally transform from slow legacy IT to fast IT, with our help you can deliver the services citizens need to get on with their lives.
Watch our video or download our public-sector brochure to discover how we can help you achieve your digital vision:
Driving UK GDP growth through transformation of UK border performance
An efficient and effective border administration eases the flow of international trade, driving GDP growth while enhancing the economic competitiveness of the country. It ensures revenues are collected and homeland security is maintained, whilst goods move ‘friction-free’ across the border to support industry and promote trade.
This paper explores three major near-term priorities related to EU Exit, and how relevant technology may offer automation to help address them, recommendations of principles to underpin the technical strategy of the Future Border, and the role of new and emerging technologies in delivering a future UK border vision.
How is technology transforming Britain?
The UK faces an uncertain future. One thing is for sure, though. Technology is playing a massive role in the social and economic changes we’re seeing, and will continue to see for some time.
How does the British public feel about the way technology is transforming their lives? How are these changes affecting business decisions? And what do they mean for the public sector?
Find out by reading our research report, Technology in a Transforming Britain, now.
A vision of the public sector in 2030.
Where is technology taking us? That all depends on the choices we make today. If we’re mindful of the human impact digital transformation can have, we could follow a path to prosperity. If not, we may be on a road to regression.
Discover two very different visions of the public sector in 2030, and five things we can do now to lay the foundations of a prosperous future, by reading our Timeline 2030 report.
Why choose Fujitsu as your government IT solutions provider?
With over 40 years of experience working in close collaboration with the UK government, we are the right partner to support you on your digital journey. With our digital technology and service offering, we have the capabilities to empower your government organisation to improve citizens’ lives. We already work with central and local government bodies enabling them to make a difference to peoples’ lives, we enable:
We enable the police with the details of 55 million registered vehicles and driving licence holders
We keep 1.2 million properties in flood risk areas in the picture
We support the payment of £170 billion in benefits and pensions
We have detected over £400 million fraud and error in tax credit claims
We identify and investigate a cyber-attack every 12 minutes
We protect UK borders by enabling entry checks
See how our customers solve their challenges
HMRC, UK - Cloud Migration
The new Managed Private Cloud Service enables HM Revenue and Customs to increase performance, productivity, and resilience
Forestry Commission, UK – Systems Integration
For the Forestry Commission, we developed and implemented an OS improvement programme to upgrade over 1,500 devices in 54 locations to Windows 7, all of which was done with minimal disruption. This improved reliability, reduced costs and helped to standardised the user experience.
Jobs for the bots: RPA, AI and public sector transformation
The Government's recent transformation Strategy made reference to the use of technology to improve the efficiency and quality of front line and strategic roles,and the last month the reform think tank also published a white paper on the Subject.
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Accelerating digital delivery in the public sector at Fujitsu World Tour
We're living in a period of rapid evolution, and Sarah Wilkinsion, who until recently held the role of CIO at the Home Office,was keen to emphasise the importance of keeping up with the pace of change.
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