Central government credit agency last year moved away from long-term single-supplier outsourcing deal to embrace disaggregated model
Department recruiting for senior digital professional to oversee development and design teams...
Following a series of high-profile setbacks, central government digital arm faces renewed calls for independent investigation
Collation of performance-dashboard stats shows department is conducting almost all its transactions digitally, while other departments struggle to reach two thirds
Department offers salary of £90,000 and promises candidates ‘this is not the civil service as you know it!’
Vehicles catering for digital delivery of driving theory tests and managed email services for central government - worth a cumulative £750m-plus - will not be replaced
Department did not breach 5% target in 2015-16 or 2016-17, report reveals
Statisticians, academics and campaign groups say a ban on ministers and advisers seeing official data ahead of time would prevent leaks that affect the markets
Scoping exercise launched for an organisation to cut down duplication and add value to a tech ecosystem that ‘drifts too readily’ towards tech solutions in search of problems
HMRC, Crown Commercial Service and Whitehall’s use of data come under fire in Meg Hillier’s annual report
Report says tax authority’s plan doesn’t take into account potential changes in technology or the shift to provide services through digital channels
Finance Bill debate raises concerns over tax authority’s IR35 calculator
Financial secretary to the Treasury tells parliament that Making Tax Digital is not gone for good
Wash-up period sees government compromise to rush crucial tax legislation through House of Commons today
Tax authority offers £180,000 for digital DG some six months after Mark Dearnley headed back to the private sector
Tax authority says some business and agents will be invited to sign up this month
Committee chairman asks to see contingency plans for replacement of existing customs programme as doubt is cast on readiness for Brexit
House of Lords told small-scale trial using blockchain technology to help benefits claimants manage spending had yielded ‘encouraging results’
Interview: Conservative peer Chris Holmes calls for a considered but can-do attitude from government on blockchain
Two sides to the BitCoin? Conservative peer Chris Holmes talks to Rebecca Hill about being positive about blockchain’s potential for public services without seeing it as a ‘wonder drug’.
The government has come under renewed pressure to review its policy of granting ministers and civil servants early access to national statistics, as new research suggests the information is being leaked to traders ahead of official publication.
There were 7.4 million people using a digital personal tax account by the end of 2016 – 400,000 more than its initial target – according to HMRC’s quarterly performance figures.
HMRC has said that it will develop its identity assurance solution to replace Government Gateway when it ends in March 2018 – rather than using the government’s flagship GOV.UK Verify.
HMRC is advertising for a director to lead its data strategy and help personalise customers’ interactions with services, as the tax authority reveals more details of its behavioural insights work.