The UK's borders are being undermined by a £1 billion spend on IT that doesn't deliver the goods. A total fiasco that poses a threat to national security.
The days of oligopoly-bashing by senior government officials appear to be over if John Manzoni's special guest star appearance at HPE Discover is anything to go by.
Ingredients for a government IT cock-up - lack of vision, digitally-illiterate farmers and...er, GDS?
GDS doesn't usually come in for criticism when it comes to the digital transformation of government, but the National Audit Office has pointed a finger of blame in its direction as part of an overall critique of Defra's CAP payments shortcomings. Lessons need to be learned.
The current government is attempting to clamp down on Freedom of Information requests. These requests give us tools to create an open democracy. Let the government know that.
Governments making the transformation to digital are often held back by cultures, processes, and skill sets that are out of step with a citizen-centric age.
The Government Digital Service team come into work today without its most public face, Mike Bracken, in situ and a continuing lack of public clarity about the shape of things to come for UK digital government.
The South African government says that cloud has benefits and it would like to use more. But with a poor broadband infrastructure and electricity blackouts, it's easier said than done.
Progress has been made on the digital transformation of government services in the UK, but there's a way to go yet and ultimately it's a political decision.
The Major Projects Authority has given the NHS's care.data programme a red rating – and its failure should serve as a reminder for challenges facing government-as-a-platform.
A setting out of the stall of Matt Hancock, the new Minister for the Cabinet Office. Is it business as usual for UK government digital transformation?
Europe's chasing a Digital Single Market, but even by the standards of its own benchmarking, that's a hell of a long way off becoming a reality.