According to a new post on the Government Digital Service website, they will be releasing a beta version of the Digital by Default Service Standard.
Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt launched a library of health apps aimed to help citizens find trusted apps to help them manage their health.
Aberdeen City Council is launching cashless payment systems throughout the city allowing motorists to pay for parking using their phones.
The SABER project will be publishing guidelines next month to help regional authorities in the EU specify, procure and fund satellite broadband solutions.
As part of an ongoing process to streamline IT decision-making across central government, Stephen Kelly, the government’s COO, is scrapping the role of government CIO.
Deputy Director at the Government Digital Service Tom Loosemore has written about the government’s ‘by default, no apps’ approach.
Council leaders will be raising their concerns regarding superfast broadband roll out when they meet with Broadband Delivery UK chief executive Robert Sullivan at the LGA’s executive this week.
At the Liberal Democrats Spring conference in Brighton social media tools in political campaigning were discussed in a fringe meeting organised by Carshalton MP Tom Brake.
In light of the Health Secretary call for the NHS to go paperless by 2018, national director for patients and information on the NHS Commissioning Board has said that this must happen quickly.
A recent poll of 139 unitary authorities across the country has revealed that 57.5% have taken up cloud computing.
A Bristol City Council project to make available webcasts of all council meetings has come under scrutiny.
A joint broadband project between Doncaster, Rotherham, Sheffield and Barnsley councils has led to millions of pounds of liabilities owing to a lack of customer interest.
The borough of Poole, Dorset, has reported an online sign-up rate of 45% to its garden waste collection service launched in March 2012.
Socitm, the society for public sector ICT professionals, wants feedback to create Digital Insights.
Dorset County Council’s broadband delivery team has chosen enterprise content collaboration platform Huddle to help it manage the project and communicate with suppliers.