Local government purchases through the G-Cloud platform dropped again last month, to £1.36m.
The government is to consult on changes aimed assuring public sector customers that cyber security suppliers appointed through the Digital Marketplace framework meet newly revised...
ICT supplier Specialist Computer Centres has won a multi-million pound contract to provideICT infrastructure services to Oxford City Council.
The government is creating a secure database allowing official researchers access to council data on tens of thousands of families.
City of Edinburgh Council’s ICT contract with supplier CGI will combine a core contract with the ability to turn individual services on and off, PublicTechnology has learnt.
A local authority which lost personal data has announced that it is appointing an officer to take charge of information management and security.
The Crown Commercial Service (CCS) has extended an agreement with major IT supplier Oracle for the licensing of...
Metal doors, work clothing and transport parts are among items made available on an eBay account created by a metropolitan borough council.
A toolkit designed to help public authorities embrace open data has been published by the Scottish Government.
Tahiana Jefferis on how the implementation of a new SAP system has helped improve the productivity of her council's remote workers.
Can data be too open? Mark Rowe takes a look at the lessons for the public sector from Defra’s ambitious new initiative.
What are benefits that joint working can bring to government – and where do the challenges lie? A recent round table found out.
Farid Ouazzani on how the rise of the Cloud has affected the approach organisations are taking to backing up data.
Last week, hackers stole 13,134 email addresses from City of Edinburgh Council - professor Bill Buchanan of Edinburgh Napier University offers his verdict.
Tim Gibson assesses government efforts to protect public and private sectors alike from the threat posed by hackers.
Joel Dolisy says a lack of visibility is hindering government IT professionals.
Many public sector organisations developing digital services are guilty of reinventing the wheel missing important opportunities to reduce costs and speed up delivery, says Harry Metcalfe.
Only when applications are cloud native, can organisations be certain they will fully realise all of the benefits of the cloud, says Simon Hansford.
Email outages are a risk to public service delivery – Neil Murray asks what the public sector can do to prepare for future failures.
Ed Macnair on how local authorities should respond to new anti-radicalisation laws.
A more collaborative future needs the right IT platform to support the transformation journey, says Andrew Hawkins.