Two councils in Cheshire are to abandon a shared finance and ICT outsourcing partnership less than 18 months after it was established.
Gloucester City Council claimed this week that a welfare ICT outsourcing deal has saved more than £200,000 a year over the past four years.
UK councils can look to New York for an example of how to use data to drive service improvements, according to Socitm.
A consortium including Bristol City Council has won a share of €25m to explore smart city technology.
A Welsh council has been given three months to improve its data protection after the information watchdog found that it had failed to heed warnings.
The government’s newly rebranded Digital Services framework is set to include three main categories, according to the Government Digital Service.
More than three quarters of council staff have not heard of the G-Cloud framework, according to new research, raising questions about government initiatives to improve awareness.
A proposed hub to share and analyse data from London’s local authorities in order to detect fraud, is seeking a supplier.
Councils have agreed to close around 30 redundant websites as part of a drive by the Government Digital Service to maintain the reputation of the gov.uk domain.
What lessons does the insourcing of ICT by the Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency provide for other public sector organisations?
Joel Dolisy suggests four ways to ensure network continuity despite cuts in public sector spending.
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.
Disaggregation allows public sector ICT managers to cut costs, improve efficient and manage risks, says Simone Hume.
Jane Roberts looks at how the Agile methodology is evolving to meet the needs of government digital projects.
TechUK president Jacqueline de Rojas on the UK’s internet connectivity drought and how what local government can do to improve the situation in their areas.
Steven Cox says it is time for local government to play catch-up on digital services.
A change at the top of the Government Digital Service could actually benefit the organisation, says Ivan Harris.
Joel Dolisy says a lack of visibility is hindering government IT professionals.