Cabinet Office considers options for talented interns after suspension of government graduate scheme
Central department says it 'remains committed to internship programmes' and seek to find...
CDDO offers £160k for chief technology officer to set cross-government strategy for digital profession
Cabinet Office unit is seeking a technology leader whose remit will include spearheading DDaT...
In order to stay productive despite increased feelings of isolation - and other challenges - Azeus Convene suggest these top 10 tips to help you make the most out of working from home
Kwasi Kwarteng says government has 'decided to mark a departure from the industrial strategy brand'
Interview: deputy national statistician on legacy tech, lockdowns and a ‘leap forward’ for government’s use of data
Alison Pritchard talks to PublicTechnology about plans for the 2021 census, ensuring public trust in statistics – and her next epic boat journey
Cloud technology has enabled UK public sector organisations to deliver essential citizen services even in these most challenging of operating landscapes. According to Six Degrees, 2021 is the year to truly embrace cloud and set the foundations for exceptional service delivery in the years to come.
Tax agency supported by chancellor
City region offers £75k for new role
Three-year deal awarded to Pegasystems
More than 20 million UK citizens have downloaded the NHS Covid-19 app. One of the leaders of the development process tells PublicTechnology about its impact and future plans.
Contract expanded and extended
Jointly, Equinix and Cintra enable organisations with mission-critical Oracle workloads to accelerate their journey to cloud, while minimising transition risks - here's how
Department seeks to enable ‘once-in-a-generation’ transformation
The health secretary cited the demands of coronavirus response after being rapped for failing to meet publication deadlines for major contracts. But perusing procurement databases suggests this is no anomaly, PublicTechnology finds
Home Office chief reveals two thirds of users also need to be trained
Director general of public spending says remote work enabled people to be brought together more quickly
Smaller firms in Scotland offered access to new sources of support
Northern Ireland Civil Service to implement ‘blended approach to remote working’
Centralised tool to be retired next month with onus shifted to departments to publish their own data
Gloucestershire town to implement digital platform
Courts service has also equipped its workforce with 11,000 laptops
Dominic Cummings-supported plans for a high-risk science and tech research agency appear to have stalled
Government fund will help with ‘technical set up’ of free platforms