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Local Government of Queensland Hit Milestone with Jadu

Jadu became the leading Content Management System (CMS) provider to Queensland, Local Government In March 2018. The newly formed partnership with The Local Government of Queensland (LGAQ) involved migrating all of its member councils websites’ to the Jadu Platform. More and more websites are being added to the migration plan as the project evolves.

Medway Council: Bringing Everything Together

During the COVID-19 pandemic, councils have had to react quickly and efficiently to launch new services, move staff members to new departments to support increased demand and work remotely. New services they needed to launch early on included; supplying Business Grant forms, supporting vulnerable residents, delivering food parcels and waste management services.

Swindon Borough Council: Using Emerging Technology to Improve Efficiencies during COVID- 19

Councils have had to react quickly during the pandemic, launching new services at speed and moving team members into different service areas to support with the increase in demand. This includes service areas such as supporting the vulnerable, applying for Business Grants, delivering and applying for food parcels.

Send Emails, SMS & Letters with GOV.UK Notify and CXM.

We’ve been working on a new integration that is now available for you to use if you’re a Jadu CXM customer and GOV.UK Notify user. You can find instructions on how to start using this integration in the CXM User Manual.

Birmingham City Council shares ‘Donate Personal Protection Equipment (PPE)’ form on new COVID-19 Community Toolbox

Birmingham City Council has shared its ‘Donate Personal Protection Equipment (PPE)’ form on a new COVID-19 Community Toolbox. The form can be reused by councils to accept donations of equipment for use by front-line NHS staff, care workers and volunteers.

Budget to include £500m a year to fix potholes

The chancellor is today expected to announce £2.5bn in funding (£500m each year for the next five years) to fix up to 50 million potholes across Britain.

Transforming Waste Services (and 50 other processes)

David Spilsbury, Applications and Web Team Manager, Cherwell and South Northamptonshire Councils, outlines how a digital transformation that began with waste services now offers citizens self-service to over fifty council services.

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