Cabinet Office unclear what £1.9bn National Cyber Security Strategy will deliver and has no business case
Public Accounts Committee has urged the Cabinet Office to come up with a long-term plan for its National Cyber Security Strategy, having identified failings.
Matt Jukes shares what he learned at the recent Code for America Summit, which is one of the must attend events for those working in civic tech.
Chris Middleton explains how whilst there is huge potential for the drone industry in the UK, government regulation, counter-drone tech and a safety first approach all need considering.
Service Australia has been given its own dedicated minister and is modelled on a similar organisation in New South Wales, which has been considered a great success.
The Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency (DVLA) is leading the way when it comes to creating an operationally efficient contact centre.
The Institute for Fiscal Studies paints a dire picture of local government funding, particularly in more deprived areas. This context is important for digital government teams.
The NHS has undergone ‘tech transformations’ before, but Hancock is hoping that the use of common standards and interoperability will help drive the necessary change.
Thames Valley Housing Association says that a re-think of its online offering has turned user interest in a previously underused system completely around
Blackpool Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust says temporary nursing staff really like being able to organise their work 24x7 from their smartphones