The Conservatives, Labour and the Liberal Democrats are set to address address the Confederation of British Industry conference today in London.
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.
Chris Middleton explores how the cyber-security sector should be looking to underrepresented groups to help bridge the UK’s cyber security skills gap.
The European Commission e-government benchmarking report shows that lots of people use online government services in the UK, but those services fail to be fully digitised.
Australia’s Digital Transformation Agency notes that the current Cloud Services Panel - which hosts over 500 cloud services - will expire in 2020.
techUK urges Sajid Javid to move away from the UK's plans to go it alone on Digital Services Tax.
Never mind Blockchain, fix your websites! - ex-GDS supremo Bracken's tough love message for government
Mike Bracken is back with some uncomfortable truths for his successors in government digital transformation.
The advent of the G-Cloud and a stricter procurement policy sought to break up the original Oligopoly a decade ago. But do the same rules apply to Oligopoly 2.0?