Chris Middleton explores how the cyber-security sector should be looking to underrepresented groups to help bridge the UK’s cyber security skills gap.
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?
There is going to be a powerful new digital leader in Whitehall. But what will their remit be? Who will they be overseeing? And who might be the best person for the job?
The Prime Minister gives a cringe-worthy performance regarding the future opportunities for the tech industry in Britain. Unfortunately, they were all a bit pie in the sky...
Whilst the media obsesses over how robots are coming for all of our jobs, a new government-backed report claims that we actually have too few robots in the workplace.
Alison Pritchard, the interim director general of GDS, says government has end goals in mind for five key pillars.
Reports that claimed data could be scooped up from GOV.UK to help the Prime Minister’s campaign is not true, say GDS and civil service bosses
Spending conspiracies, lack of transparency and questions of ethos - government outsourcing in the dock
Outsourcing in government needs to be more transparent and more focused on quality service delivery than cost savings that have long since eroded, says IfG panel.
A Government Chief Digital Information Officer for a post-Brexit Britain - a big job ahead for the right person
The UK Government is looking for a Chief Digital Information Officer, a role that will be hugely important post-Brexit.
Government needs to get better at outsourcing - and the time is now, according to the Institute for Government
Public sector outsourcing policy and practice comes under the spotlight in a major new report.
Chris Middleton presents the first of two reports from the Westminster eForum policy conference on digital competition, post Furman.