Wayne Story, Civica CEO, explains why the company has integrated a full ‘digital’ line into its core business.
Snapchat is to set up its international HQ in London - another sign of confidence in life after Brexit from the US tech industry?
The National Audit Office has highlighted a number of challenges facing HMRC as it plans to move 38,000 staff to 13 new regional hubs.
The Minister for Digital and Culture released a report this week outlining why, despite Brexit, it’s important for the UK to fall into line on GDPR.
One of the world’s largest consultancy firms has pulled out of bidding for government contracts for six months after angering the Prime Minister.
The House of Commons Defence Committee has said that the government made a “serious mistake” in cutting funding for the BBC Monitoring tool.
While the tech industry promotes diversity and globalization, politics has been moving in the opposite direction. Inclusion must reach the left-behind too.
The opposition parties claim that the Prime Minister’s office is “moving to downgrade GDS” and that the digital revolution has been “downgraded”.
According to sources, the Cabinet Office has had to delay the Government Transformation Strategy at the order of the Prime Minister’s Office.
The UK's digital infrastructure policy needs re-thinking and a steady hand of strong ministerial leadership at Cabinet level, says the National Infrastructure Commission in an excellent new report.
The Crown Commercial Service was launched in 2014 to secure billions of pounds of savings in spend across the public sector. But things haven't gone entirely to plan, as a critical National Audit Office report reveals.
The Open Government Partnership Summit kicked off in Paris this week with a report that offered insight into what’s working and what isn’t for the project.
Paul Shetler worked for the UK government before moving to Australia to head up a new Digital Transformation Office.