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Comprehensive Spending Review 2010: impact on local areas

29th October 2010

The Comprehensive Spending Review has confirmed that local government is going to…
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A big future for local information systems?

21st October 2010

I’ve blogged earlier today that effective research and information is needed in…
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Effective research is critical to meeting the tough spending challenge

21st October 2010

The Comprehensive Spending Review has confirmed that local government is going to…
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Spending review for local government – main points

20th October 2010

The Comprehensive Spending Review has confirmed that local government are firmly in…
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The Business Case for Data Packs

20th October 2010

Given the pressure on local authority and partner budgets, we have been…
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How Data Packs can save local information systems managers time and money

20th October 2010

Local information systems (also known as data observatories) can save you and…
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OCSI Data Packs save local information systems time and money

11th October 2010

The OCSI Data and Report Packs support organisations manage and deliver their…
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Impact of the 2011/12 adult social care returns

3rd October 2010

The Health and Social Care Information Centre published a number of provisional…
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Helping communities understand the story from the data

27th September 2010

We have been working with rural communities on understanding the available data,…
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Revised Population Estimates- No Problem with Data Packs

25th September 2010

The Office for National Statistics have been hard at work revising their methodology…
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Local Information Systems Paying their Way

19th September 2010

Government commissioned research published earlier this year values local information systems (or Data…
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Impact of revisions to the mid-year population estimates

18th September 2010

Revisions to the standard mid-year population estimates have a significant impact on some local authority resident populations, particularly in London and other large cities. The effect on calculated population data such as benefit claimant rates is also significant, and could lead to changes in how initiatives to tackle worklessness and other issues are targeted


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Healthy Communities 2010 – Creating A People-Centred Service

17th September 2010

Social care and health commissioners cannot afford to miss out on the…
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Data Packs Update 1.5 Provides the Latest Data for all Areas

15th September 2010

The Data Packs v1.5 update provides users with the latest data, benchmarks…
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Data Packs Update 1.4 Provides Latest Data for all Areas

1st September 2010

First posted 01/09/2010 The Data Packs v1.4 update provides users with the…
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Planning4care Learning Disability and Mental Health tools launched

31st August 2010

OCSI and Care Equation have recently launched the Planning4care Mental Health (MH) …
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Planning4care Learning Disability and Mental Health tools launched

31st August 2010

We are really pleased to announce the launch of the Planning4care Mental…
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Watch on… Long term care funding

21st July 2010

Government launches adult social care funding commission A  three-person commission has been…
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