Government’s lack of data and performance monitoring leads to “crisis-cash-repeat” cycle for funding public services
Think tank Institute for Government has released its 2019 performance tracker for nine public services and assesses the impact of future government spending.
The National Security Commission on Artificial Intelligence (AI) warns that US government R&D funding is not sufficient and that the threat from China is growing.
The Minister for Housing and Local Government announced that the CDO for Local Government will also lead a delivery unit and get £500,000 annual funding.
A Select Committee report this week also notes that major projects focus too much on transactions (rather than collaboration) and that the ‘need’ for the project is often forgotten.
A critical report from the Public Accounts Committee again raises concerns over the ambitious transformation programme to modernise the courts.
Renters face a complex system that makes it hard for them to take on powerful landlords. Can open data help to tackle the housing crisis in New York City?
New York - like many other major cities across the world - is facing a housing crisis, with renters suffering terrible conditions. How can open data help?
Aymeric Sarrazin, Siemens, CEO, IoT Services, explains how most AI and IoT projects fail because enterprises don’t think about the need for effective change management.
MPs on the House of Commons Treasury Select Committee reveal the findings of their investigation into the failure of IT services at the UK’s financial institutions.
The Turing AI Fellowships form part of the investment put forward by the government’s £1bn AI sector deal.
The National Health Service’s newly formed technology unit - NHSX - officially opened for business back in July.
As current CEO John Donahoe heads off to become CEO of Nike, what does ex-SAP CEO Bill McDermott bring to the table for ServiceNow’s next phase of growth?