Jeremy Wright was giving a speech at the Viva Tech conference in Paris this week, where he also said the UK is open to talent that wants to join the ‘tech for good movement’.
It has been revealed that the Crown Commercial Service and the Government Digital Service are planning to shift the cloud first policy to one that better reflects hybrid cloud environments.
The government has launched a consultation on how manufacturers can better secure Internet-of-Things (IoT) products.
The National Audit Office (NAO) notes that some of government’s more traditional organisations “lack the capacity and expertise” to move to the cloud.
Food Standards Agency Director of Openness, Data and Digital - Using data to improve the nation’s health
A data focus is preventing poor quality food entering the UK food chain, Julie Pierce tells diginomica/government
A presentation seen by Sky News that was presented to the Home Office suggests that whilst a technology solution is there, in reality a frictionless border is 10 years away.
Her Majesty’s Revenue and Customs (HMRC) has listed a number of jobs that cover a broad range of technology roles, including AI and cloud services.
Think Tank Reform has issued a number of recommendations for Whitehall to improve its outsourcing and procurement practices, including better guidance on ‘make or buy’ decisions.
Sir Mark Sedwill and the Cabinet Office have published a guide on why diversity and inclusion is a matter of national security and what organisations can do to help.
The Digital Change Director will oversee HM Courts and Tribunals Service (HCTMS) £1.2 billion modernisation programme, which has been criticised by MPs.
Mark Cridge discusses how civic tech organisation mySociety is going through a moment of reflection and is considering Brexit, climate change and inequality in the UK.