The government has confirmed that it is planning to legislate to allow councillors to be sent agendas for council meetings electronically.
Rolling out text alerts, sorting out "crap" government IT, cleaning up data, and trying to recruit skilled people when the money's tight — there's plenty going on in the world of government digital, as Matt Foster found at the Government Digital Service's annual gathering.
Bridging the digital divide can transform and empower people and help boost economic growth according to a new study.
Why watchdogs are warning that councils need more time and information to make digital delivery of Universal Credit a success.
The European Commission has signed £26.6m in contracts with several IT service providers in order to bolster its cloud capabilities.
Sales through the UK government’s Digital Marketplace have topped £1bn.
Top leaders from HM Revenue and Customs have told MPs that internet giant Google’s controversial £130m tax deal was evidence of behaviour changing, cross-governmental work of which Whitehall should be proud.
Steve Thorn explores claims that the technology behind crypto-currency Bitcoin can improve transparency and trust between government and its citizens
In the wake of last week’s ransomware attack on Lincolnshire County Council, Des Ward looks how public bodies should respond.
Environment secretary Liz Truss says digital reform is the 21st Century equivalent of Margaret Thatcher's 1980s financial reforms.