The GOV.UK platform is more than just a publishing tool for government, it is the first point of interaction for citizens for all digital public services.
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Stephen Foreshew-Cain, executive director of GDS, has committed publicly to tackling gender diversity.
Whitman hits out at Trump, Benioff backs Clinton - tech CEOs are stepping into the US Presidential election campaign.
We interview Digital Advisory Board member Wendy Tan White, who is also an entrepreneur and board member of Tech City, on why diversity matters.
The Public Accounts Committee recently criticized the outsourcing firm after it emerged that Atos had not delivered on a NHS data extraction system, costing millions of pounds.
Social networking giant Facebook has decided to change its financial structures and pay millions more in UK tax, as pressure mounts on global tech firms to pay their fair share.
Digital government isn't just slapping a digital face on creaking systems. Unit4's Derren Nisbet argues for transforming public services in the back office
The Government Digital Service (GDS) and the Department for Environment, Food & Rural Affairs have been heavily criticised in a new report for poor execution on a rural payments project.
The government has this week released a consultation document that fills in some of the detail about what we can expect from its data sharing plans.
A new report by Her Majesty’s chief inspector of constabulary calls for police forces to recognise that whilst local accountability is important, local tech creates problems.