PwC’s sixth annual survey, the Local State We’re In 2016, has revealed a gap between the digital aspirations of council CEOs and the public’s perception of digital council services read more ..
MSPs are to be allowed to use electronic devices in Holyrood’s debating chamber with immediate effect, says new Presiding Officer Ken Macintosh MSP.
The government has confirmed that it is to introduce a digital standard aimed at improving incident response times by standardising IT system interfaces and equipment between emergency services.
HMRC got its timing badly wrong when rolling out its digital strategy, the National Audit Office (NAO) has said.
Council websites are showing marked improvement in the user experience for people accessing them from mobile devices or with assistive technologies, says Socitm’s Better Connected survey
Alistair Duggin, head of accessibility at the Government Digital Service, has outlined how he intends to make GOV.UK as accessible as possible.
Six NHS organisations are to adopt new digital workplace solutions after a deal was signed between Cloud2 and Think Associates.
Criteria announced by Scottish government for driving services through its 'mygov.scot website
Early plans for an app version of the UK driving licence revealed by DVLA CEO Oliver Morley
'Making Tax Digital' consultation will take place after the 23 June EU Referendum, despite concerns that this will not give enough time for the scheme to be deliberated effectively
New research has found that London is streets ahead of its global counterparts when it comes to capitalising on the potential of data to create a more ‘vital’ city that is economically and environmentally sustainable and offers residents easy access to employment, public services and leisure facilities.
Councils of Reading Borough, Shetland Islands and Medway, reveal new appointments
Address and street data could net councils £202m by 2020, finds GeoPlace-commissioned study
Digital creatives, clinicians and public health professionals converged on the Health X Hackathon event in Manchester this week to seek innovative digital solutions to help children eat more healthily and be more active.
Researchers, funded by the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC) at the University of Birmingham have developed sensors that could cut millions from road-gritting costs and help local authorities be ready for the darker days ahead.
By embracing digital, Wigan Council could provide tailored services to its residents, creating a cleaner, happier community. Discover how at our exclusive webinar on 26th May.