The opportunity to get actively involved with innovative collaborations alongside public sector partners and leading technology providers.
A Data driven approach to multi-agency safeguarding to enable key services to quickly and easily identify a person that may require key support and services.
A digital Discharge to Assess (D2A) platform that can be used to support a safe and timely discharge from acute hospitals to community health and social care.
A platform to help people with learning disabilities live more independently, with a dual focus on supporting people to address their employability and better manage their mental health.
Following on from a Discovery phase project, Looking Local have developed a digital, self-service Care & Support Assessment solution for both customers and staff, in collaboration with 3 other councils.
A digital Data Protection Impact Assessment platform that will be fundamental to an organisation’s ‘privacy by design’ approach and improve collaboration with partners.
A project that tackles the complicated relationships between patients, GPs, pharmacists, hospitals, carers, and family members in terms of medicine management.
An agile, digital discovery approach to the new Liberty Protection Safeguards (LPS) legislation with the aim to develop a digital solution that works for all partners.
Dojo: Councillor is a dedicated cyber awareness and GDPR eLearning solution for elected members. Co-designed by DPOs and Information Governance Managers.
Dojo: InfoGov is a public sector focused information governance training solution, co-funded and co-designed by eight local authorities.
Dojo: Cyber is a public sector focused cyber awareness and GDPR eLearning solution which educates all levels of staff, co-funded and co-designed by ten public sector organisations.
A collaborative project with three councils and Looking Local, to undertake collective analysis and develop a prototype for a self-service care needs assessment.
Technical and business analysis into Blockchain, funded and driven by a consortium of over 25 Local Authorities and published September 2018.