In an open letter to the Secretary of State for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport, the civil society groups want government to take data strategy seriously.
Chief Inspector of Constabulary, Thoms Winsor, argues that police forces need to invest in AI and new technologies to cope with the changing nature of crime in England and Wales.
The G-Cloud framework has been an innovative procurement tool for public sector buyers since 2012 and has seen £4.79bn spent through the framework.
Malcolm Whitehouse, previously DWP director for Universal Credit, blames disregard for user feedback and inadequate operations for the project’s issues.
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.
Whilst pitched as a new mechanism for SMEs to work with government, the dynamic purchasing system only has seven suppliers, one of which is Accenture.
Prime Minister Theresa May is set to attempt to dispel any market negativity surrounding Brexit by announcing a number of investments in the UK tech scene.
Matt Jukes shares what he learned at the recent Code for America Summit, which is one of the must attend events for those working in civic tech.
Service Australia has been given its own dedicated minister and is modelled on a similar organisation in New South Wales, which has been considered a great success.
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.