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The government appoints head of the Government Digital Service, Mike Bracken, as its first chief data officer to support transparency in government contracts and data.
The Cabinet Office announces five new providers for its Gov.uk Verify online identity verification service, which includes Barclays, PayPal and Royal Mail.
Digital tax accounts will become the norm in the next five years, eliminating the year-end rush to file, UK Chancellor George Osborne has confirmed.
Check out this video in which West Sussex County Council leader Louise Goldsmith goes through the changes to its new customer-focused website.
All sixteen recognised authorities are making data publicly available to improve transparency and create opportunities for innovation, economic and social growth and better public services.
Having begun introducing a new IT system, the Rural Payments Agency will revert to a paper-based payment system.
Vodafone’s investment in its mobile network will ensure that 94% of Wales will have 3G and 4G coverage as the company continues to expand its 4G network.
South by Southwest Interactive 2015 has been and gone. The marriage of technology and healthcare has never been more prominent at the conference, which spawned a whirlwind of technology predictions.
Agilisys will deliver a dynamic IT service and service improvement programme to the City of London Police, including an accredited IaaS platform to meet the unique information security requirements of the police service.
Public sector organisations should no longer run data centres in-house, according to the government’s deputy CTO, Magnus Falk.
George Osborne has delivered his sixth Budget as chancellor. But what does the Budget mean for the public sector, particularly digital government?
A new digital inclusion programme managed by the Wales Co-operative Centre is to receive £2 million in funding from the Welsh government.
New research from civic tech organisation mySociety and the World Bank has shown that councils can take steps to significantly raise engagement.
Think the data your organisation keeps is safe? You could be wrong. Here are the five things you need to think about in today’s data-hungry world.
Ofcom is to conduct a comprehensive review of the UK’s digital communications markets so that providers can roll out services adequate for the needs of customers and businesses.