MD at Quadriga Consulting Ltd. Specialist in tech focused research/analysis, business evidence and business economics - with strong focus on Mobility, Web 2.0, Social Media, Enterprise 2.0 and Technology for Development.
**[Citizen20Series](http://citizen20series.com)** (currently **Citizen 2015**) is all about how citizens interact and engage with government. Technology has transformed how people communicate, consume services, interact with each other and with business. As a result, government – local, regional and national – is having to adapt. Resources are being squeezed at the same time as citizen expectations are increasing. Therefore, more has to be done with less.
On this channel we will feature perspectives from those who are thinking about government services: civil servants, politicians, academics, technologists and commentators.
Citizen 2015 is kindly sponsored by [**Verint**](http://www.verint.com/solutions/customer-engagement-optimization/government-public-sector/) with editorial content developed by [**Quadriga Consulting**](http://quadco.co.uk).
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Why is it he can sound just so patronising? Reducing the deficit isn't enough - it's also about reducing debt and debt mentality. While we've seen modest growth it's almost totally created out of consumer debt or house price inflation - the fool's gold of growth. The fact is that the economy is...
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