Although the framework is a success in many ways, it doesn’t meant that more couldn't be done to drive the G-Cloud further into public sector organisations.
Derby City Council is a big G-Cloud fan, but there's a major barrier to further engagement with the framework - its two year contract requirement. Time for the Crown Commercial Service to heed the buy side tough love?
Veterans of the first wave of tech-driven UK public service delivery tell Think Cloud for Local Government are somewhat surprised to see how little we’ve really progressed in ten years.
The last holdouts to big tech-powered local government transformation may need to fasten their safety belts.
A provocative opener to today's THINK.Cloud for Local Government conference at Manchester Central. The message? Think like Uber, but with a public service mindset.
Local government's track record on cloud adoption lags far behind central. Will the same be the case with wider digital transformation?
Ten weeks to take a legacy outsourced system used by 60,000 users, transfer it to a new in-sourced cloud platform, and get it live over one weekend to handle 10,000 specific tasks on Monday morning. Simple, huh?
Neither public sector nor private sector, communications industry regulator Ofcom tapped into the UK government's Digital Marketplace to procure cloud CRM as part of its digital transformation.
Public sector cloud veteran Rebecca Kemp told the Cloud for Digital Government Conference that is the people who matter when it comes to making new government cloud projects work.
Two studies from Gartner and Forrester indicate differences between ambition and reality in digital government, but there's much to learn from the UK's progress to date.
The National Audit Office has said it can’t be sure about how much government spend with SMEs has increased in recent years, bringing into question the Cabinet Office’s estimates.
INOVEM’s CEO and CTO Peter Jackson has said there would have been absolutely no way that the deal would have been done two years ago without the G-Cloud.
As Safe Harbor II fails to materialize on schedule, Oracle's made a timely announcement about expanding in-country cloud services in the UK.