Emergency drones and a crypto tax bonanza: Six things you may have missed in the budget

Chancellor Jeremy Hunt grabbed plenty of headlines with a pledge to put billions of pounds

Digital Leaders’ Download: Treasury leader Cat Little on how policy and digital can combine to deliver ‘radical’ new outcomes

As part of our series of interviews with some of government’s foremost leaders – published in

Why digital is ‘becoming much more of a political issue’ for local government

PublicTechnology talks to leaders from Socitm about a report that reveals major challenges for authorities,

PublicTechnology’s biggest stories of 2023 – part two

In the second part of our round-up of the most-read pieces published over this year,

PublicTechnology’s biggest stories of 2023 – part one

We revisit our ten most-read articles of 2023, beginning with scoops and other significant stories

Estonia: How the X-Road paved the way to a digital society

The country’s transformation is expanding into digital marriages and divorce and elections via app. PublicTechnology

Estonia: Digital marriage and app elections in next wave of transformation

In a country that has long been renowned as one of the world’s leading digital

ONS chief data officer: ‘We want a much more connected relationship with citizens around how their data is used’

In light of a major new data strategy, PublicTechnology and Fiona James discuss trust, transparency,

WATCH: Can the public sector access the cyber skills it needs?

As part of our dedicated Cyber Security Week, PublicTechnology brought together experts from government, industry,

Cyber Security Week: What will imminent changes to the network security laws mean?

Regulatory amendments could see vast swathes of IT suppliers brought under the scope of laws

Cyber Security Week: Why is outsourcing so prevalent in the public sector?

Government data reveals outsourced cyber services are used far more widely in the public sector

Cyber Security Week: ‘Cover-ups don’t help anyone’ – how the ICO changed tack with the public sector

The UK’s data protection regulator is trialling a new approach to public bodies that eschews

Cyber Security Week: How the police is leading a resilience revolution

The police-led national network of Cyber Resilience Centres was created by government to support SMEs,

Cyber Security Week: Is government’s anti-disinformation unit protecting or persecuting citizens?

Government claims the Counter Disinformation Unit – accused of effectively spying on its own citizens

Cyber Security Week: Analysis – how and where are attackers getting in?

Government data shines a light on the most common forms of attack being suffered by

‘No excuse for inaction’ – is government doing enough to tackle digital exclusion?

After nearly ten years without an updated government plan, PublicTechnology talks to charity Good Things
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