The Covid-19 pandemic has profoundly changed how we live. Neil McEvoy of DigitalScot.net asks how the new way of life might impact what happens once the current crisis is over.
OneTeamGov movement looks to coordinate learning programme
Department attempts to cope with surging demand by allowing access via legacy system
John Manzoni’s farewell message to Whitehall stresses the need for continued improvement
Faced with threats from the dark web, Bexley ramped up its cybersecurity with a managed service. Gill Hitchcock finds out more.
Think tank report claims better use of information could help direct resources
The Alan Turing Institute and others are running a project seeking data and analysis professionals
Department looks to get platform up and running this week
Government is currently looking at possible options to facilitate remote contact
Breakdown in communication caused UK to miss out on initial procurement – but government may yet join in European scheme
Select committee and ministers ask for citizens to be on the lookout for false information spread online
But minister says there is no way to eliminate five-week wait for payment
The Government Transformation Strategy set out an array of ambitions for a three-year timeframe that has now reached its end. A range of expert commentators discuss whether its aims have been achieved.
Government response to select committee outlines measures taken at tax agency
MoD agency seeks potential suppliers of mobile options to expedite cleaning process
Hearings to be held virtually and streamed online
Digital minister confident networks will remain ‘resilient’ as citizens work from home and box-set binge
Matt Warman claims government is working with industry to monitor traffic in real time
NAO publishes critical report as committee chair says five-week delay in payment remains a ‘fundamental flaw’ with benefits programme
Various other countries are using voluntary or mandatory tracking to follow spread of pandemic, as PM says tech will ‘help us see the disease as it is transmitted’
London university hosts online examinations with many other institutions set to follow suit
Usual competition processes can be bypassed, Cabinet Office has announced