Driving Change Through Digital, Data and Technology
In order to digitally transform their organisation, Velocitii helped a central government client to exit from a large, long-standing contract with a multinational IT services provider.
A key part of this was the potential TUPE of more than twenty employees from the services provider back into our client. In a short space of time, Velocitii TUPE experts Amy and Clare moved the TUPE workstream from one of significant financial and legal risk, to one that delivered value to the client through cost-savings and strategic organisational design.
Read more about how we can help organisations in our series of TUPE Top Tips blogs.
"Do the work that nobody else wants to do."— Velocitii Digital (@wearevelocitii) May 6, 2020
Find out how this piece of career advice led Velocitii's @clare_hr to discover the wonderful world of #TUPE, in the first of our new series of blog posts 👇#HR #careeradvicehttps://t.co/xeAoqs5oZe
We’ve now delivered over half a million food boxes to those most at risk from #coronavirus to ensure they receive the support they need. Thank you to everyone involved in supporting the clinically vulnerable. https://t.co/sELMAz0uMh 👇 pic.twitter.com/TFQtViV4Zw— Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Govt (@mhclg) April 26, 2020
In response to the Coronavirus outbreak, the British government sought to ensure that food parcels were delivered to the homes of the 1.5 million most vulnerable people in the UK. A key element in achieving this was a digital product that managed data flows between local authorities (via MHCLG) and food wholesalers (via DEFRA) through central government (at GDS).
Velocitii expert developer, Jon, and service designer, Loic, worked alongside a committed and visionary team at MHCLG to deliver this vital work.
We have recently partnered with the Local Digital Collaboration Unit to deliver a cyber security discovery, funded by the National Cyber Security Centre.
Velocitii experts Jon and Simon have provided delivery management and technical security architect services to support the research, identification and understanding of threats, challenges and capability in cyber security and resilience across UK local authorities.
Read more about the pre-discovery goals and outcomes.
The #LocalDigital Cyber team has come to the end of a pre-discovery into #cyber health and resilience in #localgov. Find out what they discovered, what happens now, and how you can get involved in the next stage of research in our latest blog post 👇 https://t.co/lojavySe5c— Local Digital UK Gov (@LDgovUK) May 22, 2020
Opening unique property identifiers is a really significant step for those working on digital/data services in land, planning and housing. Its been a long journey to get here - satisfying to see it finally happen #PropTech https://t.co/zMssqH10K8— Paul Maltby (@maltbyps) April 2, 2020
PropTech is about digital disruption: transforming the housing and planning sector through digital and data technologies.
Velocitii expert, Jess, is helping the government identify opportunities across the housing market to engage and support PropTech companies - from how communities decide where houses should be built, to helping developers find land to build on, through to how we buy and sell property.
Jess has helped our central government client to build momentum, provide leadership and digital services, and make better data available to accelerate transformation in this sector.
Velocitii has collaborated with the LDCU team to bring local government organisations together, with a shared vision of more user-centred, cost-effective local public services.
Velocitii team members have provided specialist support roles. Guljuhan has been embedded within LDCU to provide varied and essential support across the team including:
Velocitii also helped coordinate the training of over 1000 council staff into GDS Academy training courses. The initiative was introduced to build digital delivery and leadership capability across local authorities.
We’ve been researching the different ways that councils are communicating their #COVID19 response, to help us put together a checklist of good practise for #localgov ✅. Read about our approach and findings in our latest #LocalDigital blog post 👇https://t.co/lUnEVqfefE— Local Digital UK Gov (@LDgovUK) May 27, 2020
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