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Max3000 to provide the public sector with monitoring & management of cloud services via Giii G-Cloud Framework
The Work Programme has the potential to work well for relatively mainstream jobseekers but is unlikely to reach the most disadvantaged long-term unemployed people, argues the Work and Pensions Committee in a report published today.
HMP Leeds dealt with the challenges it faced very well, said Nick Hardwick, Chief Inspector of Prisons.
The Centre for Separated Families has called for the government to rethink plans to increase flat rate child maintenance payments for parents on benefits.
The new sport, 'Cage Cricket', will 'teach vital new skills to young people', claim leading youth charity London Youth.
Healthcare staff at City Health Care Partnership CIC (CHCP CIC) will be able to manage patient care more effectively across multiple community sites, following an implementation of a patient flow management solution (PFM) developed by Cayder.
A new report on combating tree and plant pests and diseases has been given strong backing from Environment Secretary Owen Paterson.
Energy intensive businesses are being told how to claim compensation to offset the cost of energy policy in their electricity bills with the publication of new government guidance today.
Government contracts must enable social economy organisations to provide decent employment conditions, says a new research paper, based on an international report produced by the Third Sector Research Centre for the OECD.
There has been much political interest in the role of the social economy, or third sector, in providing jobs and supporting vulnerable people into the workforce.
Britain's Army boots hit the ground today as part of a brand new 'Step Up' recruitment campaign, which can be seen on TV screens across the country from tonight.
Businesses and organisations are being asked for their views on European Union policies to find out whether being a part of the EU helps or hinders their work on the environment and climate change.
Diverse aviation security measures can ensure passenger safety and improve operational efficiency at increasingly busy airports in the Asia-Pacific.
Coordination will see better care and support, fewer people falling through the cracks and a drop in patients needlessly stuck in hospitals.
NHS England is to tackle “shockingly low” dementia diagnosis rates with plans that could see 160,000 people who are unknowingly living with the condition identified and treated, Jeremy Hunt announced this week.
YouGov CEO and Data Strategy Board Chairman Stephan Shakespeare today launches the ‘Shakespeare Review’, an independent report that outlines recommendations for how public sector information (PSI) can be better used
A new report for the Joseph Rowntree Foundation (JRF) highlights an enduring link between public attitudes to poverty and the state of the economy
Investment in vital social care projects totalling more than £22 million has been approved by Aberdeen City Council.
...and yet awareness of insulation schemes like the Green Deal is "lagging", says a new report.
A new report, published by the Work Foundation, has detailed the geography of wage inequality and polarisation in British cities, what drives it, and its implications.
Such worrying results come despite the existence of the Autism Act 2009, which was designed to improve support for adults with autism and their families.
Corel research shows a majority of people still prefer to buy a physical software product and don’t want to commit to an on-going payment for software
With politicians looking to improve the number of women in boardrooms, the number of women entering male dominated sectors such as IT is falling.
IT services company adept4 has been selected as a supplier on the Government’s G-Cloud iii framework.
Disabled job seekers are being routinely discriminated against, with prejudice actually worsening over the last nine years.