‘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...
BFEG asked to provide oversight of department’s use of ‘large and complex data sets’
MP lends support for Which? Campaign to protect access to cash and highlight the dangers of the move towards a cashless society
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
Chief medical officers recommend avoiding the use of devices at bedtime and during meals
Post comes with salary of up to £76,610
Department seeks to engage with potential commercial partners
But numbers continue to grow to total of seven million
Report from the Institute for Government shows shift in how citizens access government website
Critics claim much more help is needed to ensure 'digital-by-default' system does not exclude claimants
Hackathons are a way for Norfolk to drive digital innovation in adult social care. Gill Hitchcock reports on the council’s achievements and aspirations.
Department unveils end-to-end digital service for applying for disability parking permits
Market consultation exercise gets underway as regulator looks to widen engagement with tech firms
DCMS unveils project to help 'digital boomers' get online
Interim CDIO Simon McKinnon provides insight into department's agenda for the year ahead
Justice secretary claims move could help reduce reoffending and ‘turn prisons into places of decency’
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
Quartet of projects will receive backing from the Open Data Institute