The Police Scotland system, for which Accenture won the contract, is a textbook example of a failed IT project in the public sector.
Ofcom’s fudge of a deal with BT over Openreach has BT exactly where it wants to be. This is not the deal that a Brexit-facing Britain needed to have delivered.
Making the NHS digital is not easy. The NHS is complex and diverse, with many differing local and national needs. Here’s some insight into the plans.
Chancellor Phillip Hammond’s Budget took aim at the self-employed, a move that could have knock-on negative impact on the IT contractor community in the public sector.
The Commons International Trade Committee outlines some of the issues facing the trade in digital services as the UK heads towards Brexit.
Watson meets Einstein and the result is a non-aggression pact between IBM and Salesforce that could reap AI benefits for both.
The Government Digital Service (GDS) has announced that for G-Cloud 9 there will be the option to extend by two periods of 12 months each.
The Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy Committee asks whether the Industrial Strategy goes far enough to tackle the challenges facing Britain.
Privacy Shield was always lipstick on a pig, but that pig now looks like bacon as the Trump administration casts further doubt on its robustness.
Her Majesty’s Inspectorate of Constabulary (HMIC) identifies a number of areas in its report where police are not keeping up with digital-related crime.
HMRC’s Hardik Shah gives a top level overview of the organisation’s plans to become the most digitally advanced tax authority in the world.
The government wants to have a conversation about its new Digital Strategy – so it’s time for all stakeholders servicing the UK market to take it up on the invitation. Staying silent isn’t going to be an option.
The government has published its Digital Strategy – long on aspirational assertions and ambitions, short on detail, particularly around post-Brexit skills-sourcing. A starting point for further discussion?