Yesterday, we shared how we’ve made the shift to remote working. As our team continues to respond rapidly to the daily changes to UK government guidance, we’re all starting to adjust to new patterns in our daily lives, as well as quickly learning and adapting so we can continue to deliver work in the coming months.
For many organisations, the challenges of how to deliver front line services and how to best meet the needs of local communities, including the most vulnerable, are being fully realised. As part of our response at FutureGov, we want to do everything we can to support organisations as they adapt, use remote working and enable new remote service models as quickly as possible.
We recognise that during this health emergency, it’s of great importance to keep public services running while rapidly responding to the increased demand for services and support across the health system, government and the third sector. This is going to require significant changes to how services are delivered, alongside how we all adjust to working remotely while making time for our individual health and wellbeing, family and caring situations.
Why start with and continue investing in research?
This blog post is mostly an appeal to our partners and the sectors we work with: