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Bath and North East Somerset Council

Bereavement Services There are a number separate pipeline technology projects relating to the Council’s in-house delivered Bereavement Service.  At the core of each is how underlying data is stored, processed and used to manage the service.  The current database is held on a legacy platform requiring migration for security, performance…

Bath and North East Somerset Council

The processes within B&NES Bereavement Services for burials, cremations and memorialisations are inefficient and outdated meaning the service is unable to maximise income generating opportunities.  A discovery project would uncover ways to build capacity and create efficiencies to both improve the customer experience and support the growth of the service.…

Newcastle City Council

Problem Statement At Newcastle City Council we have adopted an agile approach to developing digital services for our customers. We don’t, however, have a consistent process to receive, analyse and act upon our users using Beta public services. This view is shared with collaborative partners, North of Tyne group. Having…

Northumberland County Council

Northumberland County Council have been struggling with the process of registering a birth.  There is a considerable amount of manual work involved   which puts an added burden on registrar staff.   We need to identify the issues. Understand what options and channels would be the most efficient in letting people know…

Northumberland County Council

Northumberland County Council would like to look at the process of licencing a premise for civil ceremonies and weddings.  The process is currently a paper application with manual processes in the back office to issue the licence, we would like to digitise this process. Information and criteria is often difficult…

Northumberland County Council

North of Tyne would like to look at  the process of registering of births. There is a considerable amount of manual work and paper processes involved which puts an added burden on registrar staff. In Northumberland and Newcastle there were over 11,000 births.   Each one requiring a face to face…

Worcestershire County Council

Linking Registration Services to other local government services Worcestershire Office of Data Analytics (WODA) is submitting this bid on behalf of all Worcestershire’s public sector partners who are committed to working together. In England, there were c.880k births, deaths and marriages in 2017.  Registration Services therefore collect large amounts of…

Worcestershire County Council (Worcestershire Office of Data Analytics will lead on behalf of all Worcestershire Public Sector Agencies)

Problem Statement The Digital Economy Act 2017 enables greater powers to share Registration Services data for birth, deaths and marriages with other local public sector partners – the common 'problem' is identifying for what purpose, how to share, and what are the business benefits of doing so. Objectives The existing…

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