Immigration and skills are huge concerns for business, says Secretary of State for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport
Demand for the Tech Nation Visa has risen for the sixth year running, with most applicants coming from the USA and India.
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.
Too few technology chiefs understand the power of disruption, says Leeds City Council’s digital executive.
How universal docking is allowing all 4,000 members of Staffordshire County Council’s workforce to work in new ways
The Coalition government in Australia is considered an update to the National Digital Economy Strategy, which was last updated in 2013.
Brexit - Government’s Immigration White Paper to propose scrapping limit on Tier 2 visas, often used by tech industry
The technology industry in the UK has been calling for a scrap on the cap of Tier 2 visas for a while. However, it still isn’t decided whether or not a minimum wage for eligibility will be included.
Dame Wendy Hall helped write the government’s inaugural report on Artificial Intelligence (AI), which led to the creation of the Office for AI. However, she isn’t impressed with the progress one diversity and inclusion.
MPs on the Home Affairs Select Committee heard that forces are failing in the adoption of technology not because of funding, but because of a lack of coordination and leadership.
There has been growing concern from the tech industry about getting access to talent after Brexit. MPs have made new immigration proposals that should support innovation and science going forward.
Digital transformation in government needs to be built around delivering better public services to citizens, says Keith Block.
It’ll be different this time - honest! Cabinet Office Minister makes the sales pitch for the outsourcing industry
David Lidington came not to bury outsourcing, but to big it up. Altered priorities ahead...
Matt Hancock has given a speech stating that the British government will legislate to protect against cyberbullying and online child exploitation.