We looked inside some of the tweets by @instituteforgov and here's what we found interesting.
Inside 100 Tweets
How can we tackle low productivity and growth? David Sainsbury chats to @bronwenmaddox and @edballs about the findings of his new book and how politicians can reach consensus and solve the 'productivity puzzle'. Watch the event, hosted with @policyatkings https://t.co/JBiIVnOxJy https://t.co/YGWCQ2sFXD
My report for @instituteforgov on how government could use data and technology to improve policy making is out! We need government to get to grips with data and new tech now more than ever. This sets out the key opportunities and how to realise them. https://t.co/JczYDvn5ny
As @GrahamTAtkins @instituteforgov argued last week, imposing fines for not meeting activity targets during a second peak is counterproductive. NHS England and Improvement needs to flex its targets based on coronavirus hospitalisations around the country https://t.co/PPNFQfWkHK https://t.co/ijAHMaWkDc
EVENT: How will peers attempt to amend the UK Internal Market Bill? On Monday we'll discuss the key issues in the bill and what to expect as it goes through the House of Lords, with @LadyBasildon @malcolmbruce @ScotlandDunlop @Jess_Sargeant @ThimontJack https://t.co/nqs3TOpbLZ https://t.co/C2mBiAuJ9c
Great to see my report for @instituteforgov appear in @e_casalicchio's Politico Playbook this morning. The A-level fiasco, excel errors and app agony show just how critical data & tech now are to good government. And their importance will only increase. https://t.co/JczYDvn5ny https://t.co/2Lz2wr4NOf
PODCAST 🎙️ How has the role of special advisers changed since Boris Johnson became PM? @timd_IFG joins us on Inside Briefing to discuss the findings from our report on SpAds and what Dominic Cummings's reforms mean for the day-to-day running of government https://t.co/6vO9HTRhBY https://t.co/YWonU942SH