Following criticism from NAO regarding the government’s scheme to provide superfast broadband to 90% of the UK, the government has said that two-thirds of its broadband projects are underway.
Kent County Council claims it has considerably improved financial control since implementing a budgeting and forecasting system from Advanced Business Solutions in July 2012.
The Next Generation Wireless Connectivity Contract could see Birmingham benefit from free WiFi after plans are presented to the council’s cabinet.
Mastek, an IT solutions provider, has announced that is has been accepted as a supplier for the Government Procurement Services (GPS) G-Cloud III framework.
The Science and Technology Committee (STC) has written an open letter to Francis Maude to express its concerns regarding the government’s digital by default strategy.
According to a report by the Confederation of British Industry (CBI) titled ‘Let’s Get Digital’, ministers must accelerate a £300m scheme to provide superfast broadband to rural households.