Category Archives: Transformational Government

Connecting Europe v2

The European Commission announced last week a plan worth €50bn aimed at smart, sustainable and inter-connected transport, energy and digital networks across Europe. The plan echoes a similarly ambitious project launched by the then Commission President Jacques Delors that I … Continue reading

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Government Transformation – what’s the deal with patterns?

The OASIS technical committee working on a “Transformational Government Framework” (and on which I serve as an editor), reached an important milestone today – the vote to approve its first formal draft (URL will be posted once published), an important … Continue reading

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Peter’s Pensieve up and running again

After an absence of more than two years, I have re-started my professional interests blog, Peter’s Pensieve. I will be also shortly be starting a separate personal blog, particularly focussing on life in Los Angeles, called (with due hommage to … Continue reading

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