Improve Citizen Experience With Joined-Up Digital Services
SICCAR allows public sector bodies to share sensitive data though one trustworthy platform.
Connect, Streamline and Secure Public Sector Services
Citizens expect a joined-up experience when interacting with public sector organisations. Sharing sensitive information with different public sector organisations often results in data duplication. Data compliance and privacy concerns get in the way of public sector collaboration, and differing systems and policies create barriers to efficient data sharing.
SICCAR solves the challenge of data sharing with and between public sector bodies. Data is shared following a set of rules and has a full audit trail, with each department only seeing the minimum information they need to. Data is shared in real-time and not duplicated, minimising risk and maximising compliance. What’s more, with the citizens’ consent their information can be reused for similar public services. For local authorities, this means they have an effective tool in hand to better serve the public whilst reducing administrative overheads and instances of fraud.
If you are facing a data sharing challenge in digital public services, get in touch with our team to discuss the solution.
Better data sharing and access have the potential to reduce costs and enable more targeted service delivery, combat fraud and drive efficiencies. On 2nd June SICCAR hosted a roundtable on data sharing challenges in local and regional government.
It is up to Government and public health to grasp the opportunity to innovate with industry and set the standards for easy, secure citizen-led sharing and verification of health status, even beyond COVID.
The Open Referrals UK data standard provides a mechanism for describing voluntary sector organisations and the services that they provide. The SICCAR team is working with CAST to build a scalable and re-usable tech prototype to support referrals into and within the voluntary sector.
Using SICCAR, public health and private stakeholders, together with the citizen, are linked across a decentralised trust network in which they are empowered with consent over the data they wish to share, giving maximum privacy protection.