The next iteration of the government’s flagship cloud services framework is almost ready to be unveiled, PublicTechnology understands
Information commissioner indicates that regulator intends to get tougher on enforcement in the coming months after noticing ‘slippage’ in release of data
New organisation will take the lead on setting national NHS policy on tech, digital, and data
Chair of CDEI also encourages public sector to ‘use AI in ways that delight the citizen’
Select committee concludes 18-month inquiry with damning words for Mark Zuckerberg
Capital’s transport authority seeks support in delivering two-year programme of work
Troubled eight-year project reaches fruition as technology is to be deployed nationwide in the coming months
Top department officials tell select committee that preparations for EU departure are going well
BFEG asked to provide oversight of department’s use of ‘large and complex data sets’
Firms can avail themselves of training in areas such as using search engines and social media
The University of Exeter is immersing students in 3D virtual explorations of glaciers, ice flows and coastal erosion with a digital tool that has caught the attention of major environmental organisations. Gill Hitchcock reports.
‘We have only scratched the surface’ – Estonia’s CIO on what’s next for the world’s most celebrated digital nation
PublicTechnology talks to Siim Sikkut about why data embassies and ‘invisible services’ are key to country’s technological future
As the Government Transformation Strategy enters its final year, PublicTechnology asked shadow cabinet office minister Jo Platt for her views on its rollout so far, and how Labour would deliver reform
‘Transformation is not something that can just be driven from the centre’ – Q&A with GDS chief Cunnington
As the three-year vision of the Government Transformation Strategy moves into its final 12 months, PublicTechnology asked the GDS leader about ministerial changes, departmental siloes, and what happens after 2020
As the deadline for ditching the 22-year-old platform draws near, some major government departments are still using GSi email addresses – but all contend that they are on track for the March cut-off
Hackathons are a way for Norfolk to drive digital innovation in adult social care. Gill Hitchcock reports on the council’s achievements and aspirations.
Local authorities could benefit from the use of analytics and AI, according to Andy Barrow of ANS Group
Neil McEvoy of Digital Scotland explains why country’s new social security programme is a change for technology and policy to unite to make a difference
Behind the headline focus on digital GP consultations, there were lots of other significant implications for health technology firms in government's recent plan for the future of the health service. Ben Moody of techUK digs into the detail.
Jonathan Lofthouse of Aintree University Hospital NHS Foundation Trust gives his eight-point action plan for implementing technology – and reaping its benefits – as quickly as possible
PublicTechnology editor Sam Trendall picks out the topics and trends that will dominate the year ahead, and revisits the predictions of a year ago to see any of them came to pass
Technology chief Dave Pearce explains how the two local authorities are working together to share data, technology, and services