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Open these: links for open policy makers (week 13)

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Welcome to Open these, a regular post dedicated to the blogs, reports and discussions from the week we think open policy practitioners will enjoy.Leave the authors a comment or join the conversation on Twitter! #openpolicy


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Nesta have launched their new report on social action and the future public services: People Helping People.

FCO Digital Transformation Manager Phil Buckley shares his experience of doing user research with the bright sparks of the Chevening Scholarship programme.

Mikey Dickerson from the US Digital Service looks back at the excitement of his first three weeks.

An oldie but goodie (HT @robcadeuk): Jonathan Rasmussen on the ten questions to ask yourself before starting your agile project (aimed at coders, relevant to policy makers!)

Alexandra Humphris-Bach answers the questions Sciencewise were asked in their July Civil Service Live session.

Accenture report on the organisational journey from looking digital to being digital.

NHS Citizen has decided the five issues its September 18th Assembly meeting will discuss: access to services, mental health services, gender identity services, young people's healthcare, and self-care and personalised services.

Steph Grey and Al Smith have developed a tool for planning a project's digital activity.


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