The government has confirmed that it is planning to legislate to allow councillors to be sent agendas for council meetings electronically.
Chief technology officer Ben Denison discusses how the organisation is using technology to get on top of increasingly vast and complex cases of bribery, fraud, and corruption
Digital engagement leaders tell PublicTechnology about the department’s use of Twitter and LinkedIn to interact with citizens and potential and current employees
Government's national technology adviser discusses why getting digital reforms through the machinery of government may require some help from Jason Bourne
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.
Island’s local authority recruits for a range of leaders to fulfil transformation plan
Local company authorised to conduct trials on all roads throughout the largest city in Massachusetts
New section on measuring benefits on agile projects added to document that helps government create services that comply with GDS standards
Richard Blanford of Fordway believes there is scope for much more growth in shared services if local authorities focus on working with each other
While GDPR is right to provide individuals with greater control over how their information is used, the benefits of sharing data should not be overlooked, believes Rose Lasko-Skinner of Reform
The public sector needs to be careful it does not fall foul of citizens’ growing disquiet about how their data is used and by whom, according to PublicTechnology editor Sam Trendall