Information commissioner indicates that regulator intends to get tougher on enforcement in the coming months after noticing ‘slippage’ in release of data
‘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...
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
Matt Hancock says putting legal responsibility on sites would mean 'the whole concept would collapse'
FOI requests show that 1,300 copies of the document were printed for MPs and Lords
Culture secretary reveals he is ‘extremely concerned’ about algorithms
Leave.EU hit with penalty by regulator as NCA investigation continues
Departments award a range of deals to services and outsourcing firms
Health secretary writes letter after families accuse internet firms of hosting material promoting self-harm
Document scheduled to be released by the end of March is still in line to publish in the coming weeks, minister tells conference
Critics claim much more help is needed to ensure 'digital-by-default' system does not exclude claimants
Defence select committee considers launching inquiry into military response
Prime Minister’s Office awards one-year hardware contract
Newly published Brexit advice encourages websites to consider transferring their address
A handful of public sector technologists were recognised in the annual list
We revisit the big news and major events from the second half of 2018
We take a look back at the major developments that shaped the first half of the year
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
Earlier this year, the government loudly heralded the creation of the Rapid Response Unit to tackle misinformation. But two months after its initial funding ran out, it has gone quiet on its future.
Department is contacting businesses to encourage early enrolment ahead of use becoming mandatory in August
Local authority opts for software from Smartmatic
Group will advise on the use of technology in public-service delivery
Department for International Trade to work with internet giant to help small businesses cash in on overseas opportunities