The Government Digital Service is evolving not retreating, and its new leader has the chance to complete the cultural shift from confrontation to collaboration, writes Matthew Trimming of entry market company META
The Government Digital Service is updating its content operating model and plans to rollout the new version as early as April 2017.
Liverpool and Salford councils have announced they are to share a technology platform that provider SAP hopes will expand across the north.
The Government Digital Service is learning to be more empathetic and humble, according to its chief operating officer Alex Holmes.
The Government Digital Service and Drivers and Vehicles Licensing Authority are looking at how local authorities could improve taxi licensing and parking permit services.
The government needs leaders that are ready to take risks and encourage culture change if it is to succeed in its efforts of digital transformation, a conference has heard.
Dominic Campbell, founder of FutureGov, is to chair a local public services board to improve engagement between local government and the tech industry.
A group of 25 Scottish local authorities are joining forces to recruit a shared chief digital officer to work across the sector.
Rotherham’s ICT manager Richard Copley wants a local-style GDS, but does he think the new Local Digital Coalition is the answer? Gill Hitchcock reports.
Civil service inertia is the "biggest challenge" facing the Government Digital Service as it presses ahead with plans to improve Whitehall's digital efforts, according to GDS chief Stephen Foreshew-Cain.
Extending the GOV.UK Verify identity checking system to local government has been identified as a key priority of a new collaborative body for the sector.
Jos Creese says that technological solutions are at the heart of allowing local authorities to provide shared services.
A consortium of councils and business has been launched in the Leeds City region to collaborate on the design and delivery of new, efficient public services based on open data.