Falmouth Town Council’s website was hacked on Saturday 29th August, leaving site visitors with a message by an Albanian hacker group naming itself NofawkX-Al. read more ..
In a bid to discover how platforms can improve the way in which people communicate with government, the Government Digital Service (GDS) has started discovery work on status tracking and notifications. read more ..
The Home Office has selected engineering firm Kellogg Brown and Root (KBR) to deliver Lot 1 of the Emergency Services Mobile Communications Programme (ESMCP).
It has been confirmed that the Society of Information Technology Management (Socitm) will officially introduce its women in IT initiative at an event taking place on 23rd September at The View, Cannon UK Ltd.
The Government Digital Service (GDS) has announced that it has created a new Privacy officer role, which will be responsible for making sure GOV.UK Verify satisfies all privacy requirements and user expectations.
SCC has won a £13.5m ten-year ICT contract with Oxford City Council for the provision of services including technical support, data centre hosting and database administration.
The Government Digital Service, Crown Commercial Service and techUK are currently visiting seven UK cities in a bid to introduce people to the Digital Marketplace, outlining the opportunities it presents for both public sector buyers and suppliers looking to sell.
In a blog post for GOV.UK, the government’s deputy CTO Magnus Falk has said that the GDS will be accelerating the creation of the Common Technology Service (CTS) organisation.
The City of Edinburgh Council has secured a seven-year IT outsourcing contract with information technology services company CGI in order to help the local authority modernise its services.
The government is creating a database - allowing official researchers to access data on UK families - to facilitate a new project by the Office of National Statistics which assesses the Troubled Families programme.
Labour MP Chris Bryant has said more attention should be given to splitting BT and its infrastructure unit Openreach.
Rural Scotland’s digital development has been given a major boost today, with First Minster Nicola Sturgeon announcing a £9m funding programme for fibre broadband projects.
It has been revealed that an NHS trust has made it onto a list of organisations named to the Technology Services framework.
This year's GCSE results were announced on Thursday 20th August, showing a rise in the number of students studying computing.
Harrogate Borough Council has organised a free event designed to help local businesses and charities acquire key digital skills. Named ‘Faster Better Business’, it will feature Google’s Digital Garage.
Submissions for G-cloud 7 (G7) are scheduled to open at the end of the month and there have been a number of improvements made to the submissions process.
A new eBay account is being piloted by Barnsley Council’s Environment and Transport section to try and sell spare, unwanted items that are non-electrical.