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Join us in London on 24th October to discover how IEG4 are supporting councils to deliver solutions to meet today's challenges whilst keeping a watchful eye on tomorrow's.

This interactive event will allow attendees to:

  • hear from Local Gov organisations that have adopted a LGaaP strategy, how they have benefitted and what the obstacles have been
  • hear from MHCLG’s LocalGov Collaboration Unit about the Digital Declaration and how it will support Digital Collaboration
  • understand how LGaaP can unify different organisational silos and move towards corporate transformation
  • build a business case for LGaaP
  • identify and speak to suppliers that are building solutions for LGaaP strategies

To discover how 5 Cheshire-based CCGs have digitised and automated their CHC Assessment Process using CHC2DST, register for one of our Webinars taking place throughout September by registering here.

IEG4 will be exhibiting at this event - come and meet the team on Stand 48 and see how we can support you.

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IEG4 will be exhibiting at this event - come and meet the team on Stand 18 and see how we can support you. 

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When Bracknell Forest Council launched a digital service to allow residents to handle housing benefit and council tax discount claims online, it was inundated with people who wanted to create an account.

IEG4 have secured a deal with Cambridge City Council, South Cambridgeshire District Council and Huntingdonshire District Council...

Kent County Council has signed a deal with IEG4 to provide their Complete Blue Badge Case Management System. IEG4’s powerful end to end digital service will efficiently manage all Blue Badge processes at one of the largest Blue Badge Authorities. This significant collaboration is in response to the changes with the National Blue Badge System coming into force in January 2019. T ...

'Light CRM' helps two councils make digital the preferred choice for their citizens - delivering a 45% reduction in calls and 39% decrease in visits to council offices

  `Factors causing delays due to NHS CHC assessment could help free up to a quarter of the total number of beds the NHS is required to release’ to meet Government targets announced in July 2017’.  So says Matthew Swindells (National Director: Operations and Information) and Professor Jane Cummings (Chief Nursing Officer England) in their letter (ref : 07091)  - To read it click ...