The Guardian has reported that in the minutes of the 2013 December meeting of Ofsted’s board, members openly questioned the merger between Ofsted’s website and the central government gov.uk. read more ..
Enterprise Information Management specialist IPL has become the first dedicated UK centre where Data Management professionals can take their DAMA Certified Data Management Professional (CDMP) exams. read more ..
Kent Connects, a partnership of public services across the county, has been working with local colleges, universities and digital groups to uncover how technology can help people make the best use of public spaces.
East Staffordshire Police is giving residents the opportunity to engage with their Local Policing Team (LPT) Commander during virtual online meetings as an alternative to face-to-face community meetings.
Derry City Council has announced that it is in the process of introducing free Wi-Fi in all public places as part of a government scheme.
Ofcom has announced its intention to make the frequency zone, that is currently reserved for digital television and wireless microphones, available for use by mobile telephone companies.
Bucks County Council has launched a new digital strategy in a bid to move more of its services online, which it says will save taxpayers millions of pounds in the long term.
Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt, has today formally launched MyNHS, a publicly accessible online database listing NHS performance of local hospitals, care services and local authorities.
According to government figures, the national superfast broadband programme has reached more than 1.5 million premises, with an additional 40,000 homes and businesses connected every week.
The massive open online course (MOOC) brings together resources from industry experts and educational institutions and will be offered free to anyone in the UK.
Working from the TechHub offices in Swansea, the DVLA will be using the cutting edge digital skills of graduates and tech startup gurus to improve the services it provides to the public.
The Care Quality Commission has launched its publicly available online “intelligent monitoring” database, which lists the majority of national GP surgeries in terms of priority for inspection.
The migration of the Digital Services Store (DSS) to the Digital Marketplace is set to finish during the first quarter of 2015, the Cabinet Office has revealed.
Information technology must act as a “pillar” to support the future success of the NHS, commented health secretary Jeremy Hunt.
According to new research, patient records held by the NHS are in breach of data laws on a regular basis, as files are lost or distributed in violation of data protection legislation.
Over 165 local authorities and national agencies have pooled together their data sets to support the re-launch of roadworks.org, a free-to-view national website that provides up-to-date roadwork locations and congestion information for drivers.
Established by the Department of Health and chaired by NHS England’s National Director for Patients and Information, Tim Kelsey, the National Information Board has set out a vision for how technology should work harder and better for patients and citizens by 2020.