Peter Davies, Canterbury City Council’s head of digital transformation, talks to Gill Hitchcock about cloud, SaaS, big data, and delivering 85% of services digitally by 2019
Industry body's public services programme leader discusses the 'cultural barriers' keeping SMEs...
Jobs update: HMRC seeks £100k messaging chief and Insolvency Service hunts architecture and solutions lead
Home Office also recruiting three senior posts
The CityVerve initiative is looking for ideas for digital transformation projects to improve public services in the city centre
Government now has the option of leaning on either regulation or private sector investment to fulfil pledge on nationwide high-speed connectivity
Four initiatives made available free to public sector bodies
Canon and Xerox to compete with local SMEs as eight firms land on £60m-plus Scottish Government print framework
Possible four-year deal covers broad range of public sector bodies and comprehensive portfolio of products and services
Treasury reportedly angered at suggestions 1% limit could be relaxed
Joe Kim of SolarWinds looks at what government IT pros can expect from hybrid IT, and whether implementing it will provide any benefits
Business secretary Greg Clark announces spending breakdown for first areas to receive investment through the fund
As the New Year approaches, PublicTechnology takes a look at what we might expect in the world of digital government in 2017.
The UK's spending watchdog has said that the government’s decision to postpone complex digital reforms in creating the new state pension allowed it to meet its implementation deadline - but that operational savings have been slashed.
Janet Hughes, programme director of the Government Digital Service's flagship Verify identity assurance scheme, has become the latest senior digital leader to announce her departure from the civil service.
Twelve projects that will help young people develop digital skills have been awarded £250,000 by Scotland’s Digital Xtra fund.
North Yorkshire County Council has agreed to procure a delivery partner to increase its superfast broadband coverage to 96% of homes by 2019.
The Department for Work and Pensions’ Kevin Cunnington is replacing Stephen Foreshew-Cain at the helm of the Government Digital Service, the Cabinet Office has announced, amid reports of a departmental push-back against the central team.
Pursuing digital strategies is a key part of helping councils become self-sufficient through increased commercial activity, according to a new report.
Telecommunications giant BT has been picked as the sole supplier for a pan-London ICT procurement framework that will be open to most of the public sector and worth up to £200m.
The UK has been ranked first in the provision of digital public services in Europe, according to a Telefonica report measuring the world’s digital economy.
Senior local leaders need to do more to champion digital innovation in their own authorities, four professional bodies have said.
The Greater London Authority is working on a secure, private version of its London Datastore that will allow boroughs to share sensitive information to help improve services.
Digital economy minister Ed Vaizey has told MPs he believes a majority of premises in the UK will have access to broadband speeds of 100-300mbps by the end of the decade.
Flintshire County Council in north Wales has agreed a new five-year contract to extend its use of Proactis’ procurement software suite and utilise the firm’s “Supplier Network” platform.