The BBC’s Royal Charter is up for renewal and tough questions are being asked about its current and future role. The answers to those will determine the future of public service broadcasting in a digital age.
Digital inclusion is vital if GDS wants to achieve its targets for public services digital transformation.
Minister Matthew Hancock talks a big game on open data, but there will be cultural hurdles to overcome in Whitehall.
Research by consultancy firm Deloitte points to culture, skills, funding and procurement as huge barriers to success.
Data projects in health organisations have faced problems of late. But Scotland’s co-creation approach, with its use of Tableau, could be about to change that.
83% of public sector employees aren’t aware of the G-Cloud framework or know how it works, while trust levels in the cloud overall are shockingly poor. Something must be done.
Paris Cloud Week kicked off yesterday. Chris Middleton provides a personal assessment of the opening keynote event that went back to the future.
Another healthcare IT mess in the UK should act as a timely reminder of how important the work of various international governments digital agencies really is.
Energy Secretary Amber Rudd has decided not to support the reappointment of Baroness McDonagh, just weeks after she spoke out about challenges facing the smart meter rollout.
Progress has been made on the digital transformation of government services in the UK, but there’s a way to go yet and ultimately it’s a political decision.
The Major Projects Authority has given the NHS’s care.data programme a red rating – and its failure should serve as a reminder for challenges facing government-as-a-platform.
A setting out of the stall of Matt Hancock, the new Minister for the Cabinet Office. Is it business as usual for UK government digital transformation?
Simon Harrison’s on a mission to create an ‘always on, always available’ experience of education for staff and students at Kingston University in West London.