By Neil McEvoy 

Recently, two authors on Forbes – Jason Bloomberg and Joe McKindrick – asked the same question: has the promise of digital transformation delivered, or has it failed to live up to its own hype?

If we zoom in on the public sector to ask the question, the answer is: ‘most certainly not’.

There is a massive discrepancy between what is proposed is happening versus what is actually happening. Indeed, digital government in the UK is really quite broken.

Timely then that MPs have begun an investigation; they desperately need to, as fortunes of taxpayers monies are being flushed away simply to advance the careers of those personally profiting from the hype.

Read the entire article at https://www.publictechnology.net/articles/opinion/scotland-must-learn-lessons-emperor%E2%80%99s-new-clothes-whitehall-transformation

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