To what extent should Central Government provide a platform for the delivery of digital services by other parts of the public or voluntary sector – for example, local authorities, councils, voluntary and community sector organisations?
- Paul Clarke commented about Question 4: Trends in digital delivery"I've offered some thoughts in my response to Questions 2 and 3 that also reflect on future trends. Specifically, give more thought - real, deep, test…"
- Paul Clarke commented about Question 3: Sharing the platform"I'm not entirely convinced by the question. As others have pointed out, for central government services there are economic and consistency advantages…"
- Paul Clarke commented about Question 2: Who should do what?"Central government should make policy and set the rules by which services are delivered. It is also very likely to deliver a large number of them (by…"
- Paul Clarke commented about Question 1: Central Government’s objectives in digital delivery"This is the essential question: Directgov could mean many different things, and indeed already does to many people - at least in terms of aspi…"
- Jeremy Bennett commented about Question 4: Trends in digital delivery"I urge the government to look to two technologies 1. Use open standards, free of royalty. This ensures that anyone can interact with the governmen…"