A Brexit paper released by the British government sets out its aims for a future data flow relationship with the European Union. Does it stand up?
GDS director general Kevin Cunnington says the challenges of Brexit, security and improving data use make the Civil Service an exciting place to work.
The chosen candidate will be responsible for a team of 2,000 people and will control a digital and ICT budget of £223 million.
In a new paper, the government has laid out two options for it's customs arrangement with the EU post-Brexit. One of which has never been tried before.
The Labor Party claims that the Coalition Government has doubled its digital spend to $10 billion, but is continuing to see failure after failure.
Donald Trump wants to build a physical wall across the U.S. border with Mexico. Congress doesn’t want to spend the money. Will the President shut down the government to get what he wants or go for a SMART Wall? Place your bets.
FutureGov founder and MD, Dominic Campbell, argues that SMEs have just as much, if not more, to offer the public sector than large corporates.
The new Data Protection Bill aims to give citizens more control over their data, as well as introduces stricter penalties for firms that don’t comply.
The unconference recently wrapped in London, where those involved discussed how to bring policy making and digital design closer together.
The Treasury is concerned that start-ups will lose access to European funding and wants to compete with the US on companies achieving Unicorn status.
Economic consultants Oxera have highlighted that the UK is building a new IT customs system, but it doesn’t yet know how customs will change post-Brexit.
A special interest group has been created by the Cloud Industry Forum to focus on G-Cloud, public sector procurement and the Transformation Strategy.
The announcement follows the Chancellor of the Exchequer’s commitment to invest £1.9 billion in cyber security over the next parliament.