The government has confirmed that it is planning to legislate to allow councillors to be sent agendas for council meetings electronically.
Interview: HMRC digital chief Jacky Wright on insourcing, inclusivity, and the ‘teething pains’ of transformation
PublicTechnology talks to the departmental CDIO about her work to transform the working practices and service delivery of the UK tax authority, and why improving diversity starts with leaders who are self-aware
Cybersecurity chiefs at Wirral NHS trust say education, collaboration and rapid communication are important protections against viruses, phishing and ransomware. Gill Hitchcock reports.
A month on from the revelations about the Chinese vendor’s potential involvement in the UK’s 5G network, PublicTechnology examines the key issues
Luton Borough Council chose to renew its IT contract rather than go with a new provider. The council’s technology lead tells Gill Hitchcock how it shifted to an outcomes-based approach – and why a flexible 10-year contract can still be a good deal.
‘The skill set for any CIO is the same’: Socitm president Geoff Connell on moving from borough to county
Geoff Connell took up his role of CIO at Norfolk County Council in August last year. Rebecca Hill asks him how he found the change from the London Borough of Newham, and finds out what’s on his to-do list.
International Government Service role a "fantastic opportunity to build on our achievements at GDS", Cunnington says
Union criticises government’s £46.9m spent with supplier in 2018
Nottinghamshire County Council publishes contract notice
The case for transformation could do with more high-profile Westminster backers, according to PublicTechnology editor Sam Trendall
Ceren Clulow of Nottinghamshire County Council, discusses the benefits for local authorities in optimising the uptake of superfast broadband in their region – including potential major rebates on initial infrastructure investments
The unilateral decision to compel social media companies to work with charities on harmful content has not been subjected to the necessary scrutiny, believes tech policy expert Heather Burns