Platform aims to be as streamlined as possible and call on existing data to verify users’ identity and details
Warren Smith also opens up on how the launch of the Crown Marketplace will reshape central...
Department celebrates appointment of ‘exceptional’ former BP and GE executive as new digital leader
Government creates 229 dedicated pages for services in individual countries and streamlines embassy sites
Home Office to bring in digital methods to replace £3.6m-a-year system
Brexit has massively increased the scale and complexity of ongoing £157m plan to replace ‘ageing technology’
Whitehall places only fourth, behind Canada, New Zealand, and Australia
The culture department wants staff who will be “proactively working” with the key Brexit departments
Latest attack analysis from Dimension Data shows 14% of all cyber attacks were on the public sector - putting it at the top of the most attacked sectors list for the first time
Department to replace enterprise resource planning system, business intelligence tool and payroll system with integrated cloud-based system called Metis
The government plans to ensure that there is "unhindered" data flow between the UK and the rest of the European Union after Brexit, Matt Hancock, the minister for digital economy has said.
The government’s latest cyber security plan is focused on defence, deterrence and innovation, along with commitments to greater international cooperation to deal with global threats.
The government needs to offer much more clarity on how it plans to up departmental data sharing in its Digital Economy Bill, MPs have been told.
Digital technology offer charities a wealth of options. But Tris Lumley of think-tank New Philanthropy Capital says that they should heed advice from the Government Digital Service and take user-centric approach to transformation.
The Home Office has completed the roll out of its online visitor’s visa service.
The Home Office is seeking a director of borders IT to oversee all technology and IT staff working on border controls.
Governments around the world have successfully used innovative schemes to build diversity - and technology is proving to be the place to make quick wins, says Joshua Chambers.
European Data Protection Supervisor Giovanni Buttarelli has said that the Privacy Shield agreement is not robust enough to withstand future legal scrutiny.