Collation of performance-dashboard stats shows department is conducting almost all its transactions digitally, while other departments struggle to reach two thirds
Ian Blackhurst of Northgate Public Services explains how effective collaboration between law enforcement, healthcare, education, and social services could help protect vulnerable citizens
Company hunts for leader that can cultivate a shared sense of purpose among both law enforcement and the IT-supplier community
Interview: The Crown Prosecution Service's digital transformation chief on his 'user-centric' mission
A year into his role, Mark Gray tells Sam Trendall how digitisation has already got rid of millions of pages of paper per year, and what more can be done
MoJ's troubled electronic tagging programme hampered by blacklisted tower delivery model, NAO report finds
Watchdog criticises ministry for failing to deliver value for money
Agency’s director of digital transformation Mark Gray discusses revamp of client and datacentre computing estate, including increased use of cloud
‘They should have planned it on Google Earth’ – UK cybercrime chief on the Hatton Garden heist’s folly and why WannaCry is a watershed moment
Cybercrime lead at National Crime Agency lays out his three objectives
David Best joined the Office for National Statistics two years ago and is, by his reckoning, a third of the way through an ambitious reform programme. He tells Rebecca Hill about heritage systems, culture change and thinking ahead
'Like swimming in a pool of sharks' - less than one in 4,000 Met Police PCs running latest version of Windows
More than half of force's PC estate still running on unsupported Windows XP operating system
South East police force is looking for a supplier to build a new digital asset management system that could be rolled out right across the UK
International index results released today aim to spark conversation on improving open data publication and quality.
Lydia Drumright argues for a more accurate common language will help boost public trust
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
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
Wash-up period sees government compromise to rush crucial tax legislation through House of Commons today
Camden councillor Theo Blackwell’s research finds most councillors are positive about technology but warns that delivery will lag behind without a clear framework for transformation
2016 State of Policing report calls for a single decision-making mechanism for ICT to bring forces into the technological age after years of isolationism and protectionism
Whitehall urgently needs to improve the way it uses existing evidence in policymaking and make better use of digital records to keep track of what is already known, so civil servants do not reinvent the wheel, a report has said.
Accenture “underestimated the complexity” of the project to build a national IT system for Police Scotland, with the decision to use a waterfall approach being a major reason for its failure, a report has said.
Budget 2017’s focus on innovation and technology welcomed, but industry calls for ambition to be matched by action
Tech companies have welcomed the focus on innovation and IT skills in yesterday’s Spring Budget, but called for the government to follow up its ambition with targeted actions.
Police forces across the UK are struggling to cope with technologically advanced crimes and are failing to exploit digital investigative techniques, a report has said.