BEIS boss set to take on perm sec role at new tech and innovation department
Sarah Munby takes on top job at newly formed agency
PM must address UK’s poor energy efficiency, report finds
Think tank the Institute for Government claims that country cannot properly deal with spiralling...
‘A core part of national infrastructure’ – ministers consider regulating to make the cloud safer
Consultation launched seeking feedback on risks and mitigations for systems that now underpin a...
Ransomware: Cabinet minister sounds alarm over ‘greatest cyberthreat to the UK’
Steve Barclay urges greater reporting of attacks
Boris Johnson and Bill Gates put £200m each into green technology investment partnership
UK government forges agreement with Microsoft founder to support development of energy technologies
Atomic energy body invests in £3m haptic robots
Technology must be suitable for use in nuclear environments
Nuclear power control desk heads for second life as movie star
Government agency sells unit to film studio for £10,200
‘We are a British company with only British datacentres – and a commitment to pay our taxes’
UKCloud has joined the major cloud players in signing a public-sector wide agreement. The firm’s CEO Simon Hansford tells PublicTechnology why it’s important for government to have choice.
Government launches digital tool for firms to report energy data
Service will allow users to submit information via XBRL
Government progresses plan to use robots for Sellafield clean-up
Two proposals in the running for decommissioning project
BEIS urged to sharpen up renewable energy data
Industry group claims information on solar power deployment is inaccurate
NAO finds government smart meter rollout behind schedule as a million units 'go dumb'
BEIS-led rollout has focused too much on speed, auditors find
Analysis: HMRC tops central government digital league table
Collation of performance-dashboard stats shows department is conducting almost all its transactions digitally, while other departments struggle to reach two thirds
Budget 2017’s focus on innovation and technology welcomed, but industry calls for ambition to be matched by action
Tech companies have welcomed the focus on innovation and IT skills in yesterday’s Spring Budget, but called for the government to follow up its ambition with targeted actions.
Surrey NHS trust launches Internet of Things trial for improving dementia care
Surrey and Borders Partners NHS Trust has launched a £5m trial of Internet of Things technologies to improve healthcare for people with dementia.
Cash shortages and poor planning hamper intelligent-technology take-up
A survey of UK public-sector sustainability professionals has revealed that a combination of financial pressures and the lack of clear long-term strategies is slowing the adoption of efficiency-boosting smart technologies.
Government sets out plans to tackle infrastructure waste
A report published by the Cabinet Office on the under-use of publicly-owned telecommunications and digital infrastructure highlights how Government plans to make better use of its capacity to improve connectivity and prevent public sector duplication.