ICT (information and communication technology)
Welcome to NCVO's resources on ICT (information and communication technology).
ICT is no longer something that only appears on organisational wish lists. Well structured ICT is the backbone that will enable your organisation to deliver services effectively and efficiently, helping you reach more people and ultimately do more with your money.
This section takes you through how to have effective ICT in your organisation from planning through to using and sustaining.
- Getting started
- Budgeting and buying
- Policies and procedures
- Effective collaboration
- Training and support
- ICT and your role
We have a range of resources to help you make more effective use of technology:
- ICT publications
- Blogs on all things ICT
- ICT tools to support collaborative working
- Research findings into ICT needs of the sector
Keep up to date
If you want to be kept informed about the latest news, events and resources then you can sign up to our bi-monthly email newsletter. Go to the sign up page and check the box that says "Information and Communication Technology (ICT)".
Much of this content builds upon work done by the ICT Hub. The ICT Hub was a partnership project, funded under ChangeUp, which ran from 2005 until 2008.
The partners were:
- NAVCA - www.navca.org.uk
- iT4Communities - www.it4communities.org.uk
- AbilityNet - www.abilitynet.org.uk
- Lasa - www.lasa.org.uk
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Advice and support
- Funding and finance
- Coping with cuts
- Addressing needs
- Managing change
- Planning for the future
- Involving people
- Public Service Delivery
- Governance and leadership
- Compact Advocacy programme
- Campaigning and influencing policy
- Collaborative working
- ICT (information and communication technology)
- Climate change
- People, HR and employment