Will the government be able to salvage the Digital Services framework with a complete rebrand and a completely new approach to how it is delivered? It’s all sounding pretty positive so far.
The Government Digital Service team come into work today without its most public face, Mike Bracken, in situ and a continuing lack of public clarity about the shape of things to come for UK digital government.
The dramatic rise of Jeremy Corbyn to opposition leader in the UK injects a fresh dynamic to the discussion of UK government IT. Does Corbynomics have room for this topic?
Former GDS director Paul Shetler is now pioneering the Australian government’s work on digital transformation, with lessons learned from his UK experience helping to shape thinking.
Research by consultancy firm Deloitte points to culture, skills, funding and procurement as huge barriers to success.
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.
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.
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?
Do the raw figures understate the success of G-Cloud in reforming public sector IT buying? While there’s still much to get right, the omens look good
The UK tax authority is rolling out Google Apps, bringing about the inevitable howls of ‘security, security’ from the mainstream media.
Harry Metcalfe is the Managing Director of digital agency dxw. He spearheaded a campaign against the very flawed Digital Services 2 framework and has a vision for what digital procurement should be like in the public sector.
Gartner’s picked out ten top tech trends for government decision makers to focus on. Do you agree with them?