The UK has led the way in using APIs for government digital transformation, says Mulesoft's Ian Fairclough.
Best practice examples from the UK show why APIs are needed for digital transformation in governments around the world, says Mulesoft's Ian Fairclough.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson this weekend launched the Conservative Party’s manifesto. We give a rundown of the tech commitments.
The Conservatives, Labour and the Liberal Democrats are set to address address the Confederation of British Industry conference today in London.
Labour sets out plans for a new ‘British Broadband public service’ - free full-fibre broadband for all
The opposition party proposes that it would bring parts of BT under public ownership and tax tech giants to foot the bill.
Government’s lack of data and performance monitoring leads to “crisis-cash-repeat” cycle for funding public services
Think tank Institute for Government has released its 2019 performance tracker for nine public services and assesses the impact of future government spending.
The National Security Commission on Artificial Intelligence (AI) warns that US government R&D funding is not sufficient and that the threat from China is growing.
The Minister for Housing and Local Government announced that the CDO for Local Government will also lead a delivery unit and get £500,000 annual funding.
A Select Committee report this week also notes that major projects focus too much on transactions (rather than collaboration) and that the ‘need’ for the project is often forgotten.
A critical report from the Public Accounts Committee again raises concerns over the ambitious transformation programme to modernise the courts.
New York - like many other major cities across the world - is facing a housing crisis, with renters suffering terrible conditions. How can open data help?
UK government demands answers over Facebook's 'no fact checking politicians' policy as Zuckerberg comes under fire in the US Congress
The DCMS Select Committee is on his case again, but Mark Zuckerberg's big problem yesterday was in the US Congress.
In response to the opposition’s view that not enough is being done to regulate the Internet of Things, Stuart Lauchlan reports on the government’s defence.