The documents, detailing soldiers’ last wishes, were put online last year by HM Courts & Tribunals Service (HMCTS) to enable people to search for what may have been the final messages sent home by their relatives. read more ..
Daisy Updata Communications will manage a wide area network (WAN) connecting more than 183 council owned sites and schools across Central Bedfordshire.
Bristol City Council is to work with Eduserv, the not-for-profit managed cloud services provider, on the migration of its IT infrastructure to the cloud in support of a council wide building consolidation programme.
Roles range from departmental chief digital officers and chief technology officers, to technical architects and developers who are improving government services like the Carer’s Allowance and apprenticeship applications.
Public Health England has published its spend and outcome tool (SPOT) for local authorities, which gives local authorities in England an overview of spend and outcomes across key areas of business as well as public health and its sub-programmes.
An international development funding finder tool is now live on the GOV.UK website. It is a new way to help organisations such as charities and NGOs find suitable funds that they can apply for.
Over one million people have applied to register to vote since the new online voter registration system went live in June, and there is over 90% satisfaction with the new online service, the government has said.
A report published by the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) has highlighted ‘clear room for improvement’ in how local authorities comply with the Data Protection Act.
The Foreign and Commonwealth Office has spent £92,574 on training staff in using social media sites such as Twitter since 2010, it has emerged.
The 'Carnival mApp' will feature a map of the route the carnival will take, locations of sound stages, the judging point, first aid and safety zones as well as food stalls.
Danny Alexander said: “That was my first Facebook Q&A but it certainly won’t be my last. It was a great experience and adds to the vast public debate that has been happening on Scotland’s future."
Five organisations have come together to run a three-month feasibility study to explore how to empower citizens with their own data. The miData Studio initiative is a collaboration between Ctrl-Shift and the Cabinet Office, Milton Keynes Council, Open University and Connected Digital Economy Catapult.
Atos has enabled Enfield Council to become the first in local government to move its ICT delivery model to become Service Integration and Management (SIAM) based.
A new easy-to-use tool that maps government property and land is now available for the first time. Citizens can search the government’s property portfolio listing for everything from ambulance stations to vacant airfields.
If you work in public sector IT, you’ll already know that as the digital agenda increasingly infiltrates through all levels and departments of different organisations, the role of the government IT professional is changing.
City Mayor Ian Stewart said: "We are taking things one step further by videoing and live streaming open proceedings so more people can see how decisions are made."