Video call service is also available for citizens with visual impairments
Email addresses and info about eligibility for payments accidentally revealed
Court finds that Matt Hancock broke the law
Country receives draft adequacy decision
Cummings-backed unit, which will be called Aria, will be up and running by the end of 2022
ICO offers resources to assess legality and work with data subjects
Contracts cover provision of ‘hyperscale’ environment and related professional services
Smaller firms in Scotland offered access to new sources of support
Northern Ireland Civil Service to implement ‘blended approach to remote working’
Worcestershire County Council’s digital delivery leader Jo Hilditch tells PublicTechnology about how apps and digital platforms have supported the authority’s coronavirus response
PublicTechnology talks to David Hipwell from SAP Concur about the role of the public sector’s commercial partners in supporting transformation and how it has changed in the past year
The Singaporean government’s response to Covid-19 has made extensive use of digital, devices, and data – not always uncontroversially. PublicTechnology talks to Kok Ping Soon, the head of GovTech Singapore, to find out more.
‘When coronavirus struck, we accelerated, because citizens were struggling’ – how DWP revamped the Budgeting Loans service
The pandemic illustrated the importance of work to improve a service offering support for society’s most vulnerable, product owner Sharron Wise tells PublicTechnology
Having long suffered from a scarcity of funding, councils could be forgiven for deprioritising investments in new tech. But public and private and sector leaders tell PublicTechnology that digital has never been more important.
Privacy campaigners have hailed a major victory as a judgement declares the use of general warrants unlawful. PublicTechnology takes a closer look.
While other countries adapted seamlessly to digital doctors' consultations and online teaching, coronavirus showed how little progress the UK has really made, believes Jack Perschke of netcompany
Now is the time for government to confront a tricky and long-standing issue, according to Eleonora Harwich of Reform
PublicTechnology editor Sam Trendall picks out the big issues that might shape the year ahead. Apart from that one.
With many people potentially looking for a new career, there are simple, practical ways to make tech more inclusive – and benefit the whole industry, believes Abi Mohamed of Community Growth Ventures
After some high-profile tech blunders, Whitehall leaders need to ensure civil servants have the requisite digital skills and understanding, believes Daniel Korski of Public
Controlled access to technology can play a major role in supporting rehabilitation and reducing recidivism, according to Aidan Shilson-Thomas of Reform