GDS review concluded that moving to US-style nomenclature would be ‘confusing’
Suppliers invited to apply for latest iteration of flagship procurement vehicle – which may the last before it is restructured into more specialised deals
Tax agency picks two suppliers to deliver ‘infrastructure and technology upgrade'
Assessment of long-term tech overhaul concludes that scheme is on track and represents good value
Two national services have been migrated to cloud environment
Institution seeks partner to assist with construction of new infrastructure
Company secures four-year engagement
Local authority is working with NHS bodies to construct shared infrastructure
With ambitious plans for digital infrastructure, online services, and cloud migration, one local authority has a busy year ahead. Gill Hitchcock reports.
Formerly head of DDaT skills across government, Ellis has taken on public sector-focused post at cloud heavyweight
Privacy International criticises decision to redact details of the health service’s agreement with the smart assistant
Rounding up the Tories’ key pledges in the area of digital and data, including a new cyber force and tax incentives for investing in cloud computing
In an interview with the Civil Service World podcast, the former Cabinet Office minister discusses frustrations of attempts to push through digital and procurement transformation
Digital agency pledges to ‘keep the policy as it stands’
The government’s housing body is adopting agile, cloud and a DevSecOps model in a bid to become the engine of transformation in the housing market. Gill Hitchcock reports.
Country’s Digital Transformation Agency proposes creation of new platform
Institution to create deal covering AWS, Microsoft, and Google environments
Digital agency looks to bring emissions caused by its online services down to zero
After retiring from permanent secretary post last year, ex-civil servant is to take global strategy role at cloud firm
Cybercrime unit seeks partner to provide DevOps support
Technology could boost economy by £35bn, according to Scottish Government