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 government is considering how best to implement the EU’s Network and Information System’s directive, which aims to boost member states’ cyber defences.
A proposed Franco-German tax pact is aimed at making Europe more competitive. We can’t see how this works, in anyone’s wildest dreams.
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.
Microsoft has a five-year plan to deliver broadband internet access to rural America by deploying the internet over unused TV spectrum. Broadcasters are screaming foul.
The Global Digital Exemplar programme will see leading Trusts provide IT services to Trusts that are less digitally advanced.
The unconference recently wrapped in London, where those involved discussed how to bring policy making and digital design closer together.
Brexit, Trump, terrorism – are decision-makers getting their heads around the turbulence in the world over the past year or so?
What obstacles need to be overcome for robots to work in health and social care before Doctor Robot can see you now?
We spoke to Dominic Campbell, MD and founder of FutureGov, about how the venture could change how London designs, buys and delivers services to citizens.
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.
Broadband is a utility, so why isn’t it treated like one by service providers? UK MPs are demanding tougher action from government and regulators and automatic compensation for beleaguered customers. Fat chance!