The government has confirmed that it is planning to legislate to allow councillors to be sent agendas for council meetings electronically.
Rotherham’s ICT manager Richard Copley wants a local-style GDS, but does he think the new Local Digital Coalition is the answer? Gill Hitchcock reports.
West Berkshire’s digital lead Phil Rumens talks about the task of ensuring the new Local Government Digital Service Standard makes an impact. Gill Hitchcock reports.
MEP and former European commissioner Viviane Reding talks data protection and why economics trumps feminism.
Data security incidents in local government rose by 34% at the start of 2016, but John-Pierre Lamb of the Information Commissioner’s Office says some solutions are easy to implement. Gill Hitchcock reports.
The UK’s digital public services have slipped to 16th place among the 28 European Union member states, according to a new survey.
Public sector websites are set to face new reporting requirements on accessibility after European Union agreement was reached.
A key eurosceptic has claimed victory in a battle to limit the promotion of government websites relating to the forthcoming EU referendum.
The government is not providing the digital skills or the infrastructure needed to make their own Universal Credit programme work, says Chi Onwurah.
As IT security evolves, employees must be kept in the loop about how to keep themselves and their organisations secure, says Joel Dolisy, CIO, SolarWinds
Isabel Moritz says the chances of success by an incumbent bidder are uncertain for UK public sector tenders.