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  • Blog
  • 25th Jan 2024

ChatGOV: Will people trust AI tools to help them use public services?

At BIT, we’re excited about AI’s potential to improve how citizens interact with public services - from providing tailored advice, to streamlining application processes. 

  • Blog
  • 17th Jan 2024

Learning from Fujitsu: The importance of procurement reform

Since the airing of the ITV drama Mr Bates v Post Office, the public outrage at the criminalisation of hundreds of innocent people has naturally focused on the Post Office’s leadership and long running political inaction.

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  • Blog
  • 9th Jan 2024

La promesa de las ciencias comportamentales en América Latina

El mes pasado, el equipo de BIT América Latina y El Caribe (BIT LAC) viajó por la región. Compartimos nuestro conocimiento sobre las ciencias comportamentales, reflexionamos sobre el futuro de la disciplina, y aprendimos de los profesionales, académicos, y funcionarios locales. 

  • Blog
  • 9th Jan 2024

A promessa da ciência comportamental na América Latina

Nos últimos meses, a equipe BIT LAC viajou pela região. Compartilhamos novos conhecimentos sobre insights comportamentais; refletimos sobre o futuro da área; e aprendemos com profissionais locais, acadêmicos e funcionários públicos.

  • Blog
  • 8th Dec 2023

Beyond lockdowns and parties: what we can learn from the systemic failures of the pandemic

The headlines have so far focused mainly on the drama and failings within No. 10, and especially on the early months of the pandemic up until the first ‘lockdown’. But there is a danger that this focus crowds out a hard-headed analysis of the wider system failures that help explain…

  • Report
  • 4th Dec 2023

From Gen Z for Gen Z: Marketing Insights for Government Employers

The United States needs technological innovation to solve its most pressing problems—the climate crisis, health care costs, and more. Unfortunately, too few people with cutting-edge skills are interested in working in the federal government. Only 4% of federal government technologists are under 30, while over half are approaching retirement.  How…

  • Blog
  • 12th Oct 2023

A behavioural lens on Keir Starmer's conference speech

It was the Leader of the Opposition’s fullest, and most personal, account of what he thinks ails Britain and how a Labour government might go about fixing it.

  • Blog
  • 6th Oct 2023

How can benefits calculators and grants portals help the financially vulnerable? 

According to the social policy company Policy in Practice, £19 billion in benefits go unclaimed in the UK each year. The cost of living crisis will likely result in this number growing yet further, as the government has moved to supplement the incomes of benefit claimants. 

  • Report
  • 29th Sep 2023

Media literacy uptake amongst 'hard to reach' citizens

This report provides insight into citizens’ current rates of engagement with media literacy initiatives, the barriers to engagement these citizens face, and the factors that might stimulate their increased engagement in the future.