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ICT strategy

This is an exciting time for information communication technology (ICT) in public sector organisations. When deployed in the right way, technology is a great enabler in the drive to provide more effective services to the public and meet their needs in the most efficient way possible.

Our recent strategic plan and business plan set out the values and priorities for the years ahead, detailing what we want to achieve and the vision to create a connected Staffordshire, where everyone has the opportunity to prosper, be healthy and happy.

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Latest business news

Businesses encouraged to heed advice and take advantage of available help

Businesses are being encouraged to heed government advice on social distancing and take advantage of the help that is available from the county council as lockdown eases.
Date:
26 June 2020

Free starter PPE packs for micro-businesses

Micro-businesses are being offered the chance to get a free personal protective equipment (PPE) starter-kit from Staffordshire County Council.
Date:
26 June 2020

Easing of lockdown welcomed by county council leader

The easing of lockdown restrictions to support more businesses and venues to reopen have been welcomed by the leader of Staffordshire County Council.
Date:
23 June 2020

Support package for workers and business continues in wake of Covid-19 crisis

An economic recovery plan set to be approved tomorrow details range of support schemes to combat Covid-19 job losses and the impact on business.
Date:
16 June 2020

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