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The Scottish Government is still failing to get basic digital contract management right, according to a new report. Gemma Diamond looks at the findings.
Local government sales through G-Cloud nose-dived in May, down almost a third on the April total, according to new figures.
The UK public sector is the only one in Europe to provide mobile-friendly websites across domains, according to research released by the European Commission.
Andrew Maybin looks at how local government’s sluggish adoption of the platform can be improved.
A digital transformation project by Norfolk County Council is running almost 5% over budget after delays which threaten the council’s Public Service Network accreditation.
The Scottish Government has named seven suppliers to a new framework aimed at making it easier for public service bodies to dump in-house data centres.
Cloud services supplier Iomart has bought public sector cloud solutions specialist Systemsup for an estimated £12.5m.
Harry Metcalfe welcomes the fresh approach to the Digital Services framework, but says the devil will be in the detail.
Public sector bodies in Wales took another step towards the adoption of a cloud-based mapping service covering the whole of the country after appointing a supplier.
Local government purchases made through the G-Cloud framework increased to £2.53m in April - up 2.24% on the previous month, official data has revealed.
Maximising the opportunities presented by G-Cloud will require ministers to target wider aspects of the market for products and services over the coming years, a sector expert has warned.
Nicky Stewart says David Cameron's new Conservative government has a host of reasons to support the further development of G-Cloud over the next five years.