The UK government is threatening the break-up of Facebook, Google and other tech behemoths.
The Bank of England is undergoing a ‘central services transformation programme’ to simplify the services across procurement, HR and finance.
Businesses selling to government will have to prove their social impact as part of procurement shake-up
The Cabinet Office has launched a 12 week consultation on how ‘social impact’ could be included as part of the contract award process.
The House of Lords Communications Committee has released a report urging the government to create a new Digital Authority, governed by 10 principles.
The Government Digital Service (GDS) announced plans early last year to expand the Digital Marketplace, making it a platform for governments around the world to use.
AI will play a significant role in helping government agencies to more efficiently provide services, but it will reshape the workforce in ways that are dramatic and largely unforeseen, according to Partnership for Public Service.
National Audit Office - ‘Verify is an example of the failings often seen in major government programmes’
The National Audit Office’s verdict of the identity verification service, Verify, is a blow to the Government Digital Service, which has tried to avoid failings of the past.
The government’s annual Cyber Governance Health Check highlights that whilst boards have a cyber security strategy, less than half are dedicating money to support it.
The Ministry of Defence - specifically, the Army - has to share blame with Capita regarding mishandling of two contracts that are likely to end up wasting taxpayers money.
The department’s new digital leader is changing BEIS’s operating model to better support policy teams
Chris Middleton presents the second of two reports from the Westminster eForum on smart cities.
Disparate systems and a fear about what information can be shared, which has been heightened by the introduction of GDPR, means care for children in their first three years is not as good as it could be.
Health Secretary Matt Hancock has this weekend announced that all NHS Trusts will be required to phase out pagers by the end of 2021.