Salesforce’s 2017 Connected Citizen Report exposes low levels of awareness around the potential for digital delivery of public services. Bad news at a time when government digital transformation in the US and beyond is changing.
The Brexit Committee’s white paper on upcoming negotiations with the EU show how hard it is going to be to secure an okay deal for the digital sector.
The data divide between the EU and the US doesn’t just consist of the Privacy Shield problem as Justice Commissioner Věra Jourová warned the Trump administration.
The Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) doesn’t have the best track record when it comes to digital agility. Can it make the necessary improvements?
Prime Minister Theresa May popped into the Microsoft campus in Reading to discuss Hololens, Augmented Reality and how great Microsoft is at stuff. Oligopoly-bashing is a thing of the past.
European Commission Vera Jourova is in Washington trying to prop up the fragile Privacy Shield transatlantic data transfer deal, while back in Brussels the Eurocrats are revolting.
GDS made an early impact on the progress of digital government transformation in the UK, but its role looks vague and in need of redefining in 2017, according to the National Audit Office.
Brexit is now a reality. What does this mean for existing technology systems for those who trade in and around Europe? We cannot know but it should be a legitimate cause for concern.
It’s the day that’s been on the cards since the 23rd June vote – Article 50 is triggered and Brexit negotiations can finally begin. The future of the Digital Single Market is one of the items on the agenda.
Living Cities’ City Accelerator initiative is demonstrating just how valuable a data-driven approach to local government service delivery can be.
Something must be done about the balance between security and freedom on social platforms. What mustn’t be done is sending another politician out onto the airwaves to demonstrate their technological ignorance.
The Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead has selected Jadu, procured via G-Cloud, to create an Amazon-like online experience.
Worcestershire County Council’s Head of Digital Transformation, Neill Crump, explains how the organisation may one day be operation 100% in the cloud.