On a dark day for digital government transformation in the UK, the confirmation that the digital lead at HMRC is quitting is just another blow that wasn't needed.
Government Digital Service (GDS) Director Stephen Foreshew-Cain has given his view on what government will look like in 14 years time.
Paul Maltby took to the stage at the government’s Sprint event last week to explain why ‘data-as-a-service’ it important the delivery of digital public services.
Matthew Hancock took to the stage at GDS’s annual event, Sprint 16, to talk about his key priorities for digital transformation in Whitehall.
The British government has a skills problem. It's got capability gaps that need filling. And yet it's spending over £1bn on contractors instead of hiring and retaining talent. Why?
For decades Whitehall has been relying on a few people 'in the know' to form and create policy. How can we change this in a digitally-enabled, networked economy? And if we can, will the institution accept the change?
Former White House CIO, and now head of Public Sector at Salesforce, Vivek Kundra, gives us his views on what it takes to get digital transformation in government right.
Minister Matthew Hancock talks a big game on open data, but there will be cultural hurdles to overcome in Whitehall.
The Crown Commercial Service – which already has had a tough week – is under fire again, as it is responsible for the terms of the Capita contract.
The first iteration of the framework wasn't as successful as some would have hoped, but the launch of a Digital Services Framework 2 tender raises questions for the year ahead.
Hot on the heels of winning an important deal with other government departments and pivoting its own business model, UNIT4 announced its first central government shared services deal, this time as the solution provider to the Department of Transport. It is yet another way point in the company's transition to a services first business.