Archives: November, 2010
WRITTEN ON Thursday, November 25th, 2010 BY Sir Bonar Neville-Kingdom GCMG KCVO AND STORED IN Uncategorized
Sir Bonar Neville-Kingdom addresses an invited audience at the Institute for Government on the occasion of the launch of the publication “The Twitters of Sir Bonar Neville-Kingdom”. He spoke about the G-Cloud and the proposed Government Apps Store. Sir Bonar is accompanied by his secretary Patricia.
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WRITTEN ON Tuesday, November 23rd, 2010 BY Sir Bonar Neville-Kingdom GCMG KCVO AND STORED IN Uncategorized
CHECK AGAINST DELIVERY MY LORDS, LADIES AND GENTLEMEN what a delight to see you all. My name is Bonar Neville-Kingdom and it is my pleasure to welcome you all to the Institute for Government for the launch of our new ethnographic study into how government is adapting to the Internet age.
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WRITTEN ON Sunday, November 21st, 2010 BY Sir Bonar Neville-Kingdom GCMG KCVO AND STORED IN Uncategorized
The British civil service has taken to social networking like a duck to water, a new book to be launched this week proves. In another world first for British public-sector ICT, Permanent Secretary at Large Sir Bonar-Neville-Kingdom has allowed a year’s worth of his office’s output to the social networking site Twitter to be published […]
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WRITTEN ON Wednesday, November 10th, 2010 BY William Heath AND STORED IN Data nitwittery, We told you so...
Plans to use VRA lie detector software to identify benefit cheats have been scrapped after trials suggest it is unreliable… Professor Lacerda, who is head of phonetics at Stockholm University, told the Guardian he welcomed the government’s decision to drop the technology. “I praise the Department of Work and Pensions for the serious investigation they […]
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