TWENTY #publicsectortech journalists for 2020

Written by Joanna Clark

2020 will be big for the UK’s public sector tech market. Following our exit from the EU the Government is promising more use of tech at the frontline of the NHS to improve patient experience; investment in computing and health data systems to aid research, and more focus on computing, robotics and AI.

We’ve put together a guide to 20 journalists that every publicsectortech supplier should follow. Highly informative and constantly producing engaging content, here are our go-to sources for an insightful look at the technology impacting every facet of the public sector.

  • Alison Holt, BBC – Alison is the BBC’s social affairs correspondent and she covers a whole host of areas such as social care, welfare, child protection and disability. She produces reports mainly for the Six and Ten O’clock news as well as the BBC Panorama. Her reports have not only led to national debates but also helped to bring about changes in policies and the law. And if that wasn’t enough, Alison was also awarded the Orwell Prize in 2015 for her work exposing failures in the care of older people. Last year she lifted the lid on the current state of the social care system, filming in Somerset and focusing on four families, all exhausted by the demands of caring 24 hours a day for their loved ones – a must watch!

Crisis in Care – Part 1: Who Cares?

@AlisonHolt1

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