‘We aren’t the first government digital service, but I believe we can be the best’, says country’s Treasury Board chief
While the civil service has shrunk dramatically, its volume and proportion of IT and digital professionals have gone up and up, ONS data reveals
Body publishes study encouraging better data services, increased commercial nous, and clearer articulation of role
Digital minister Matt Hancock signs into law act intended to promote connectivity across the country and make the online world safe for children
New sites in Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire will reportedly allow UK players to build bigger and better satellites and engines
Crown Commercial Service pledges to do more to get SMEs involved in government IT supply and vows to make itself 'easier to do business with'
Whitehall places only fourth, behind Canada, New Zealand, and Australia
Former No. 10 policy adviser Daniel Korski tells Sam Trendall about his plans to create an armada of UK tech players to compete with the best California has to offer – and why he needed to leave Whitehall to do so
Department asks for representatives from both IT and culture to help solve four main challenges
‘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
Firms including Microsoft, IBM, Fujitsu, and HP sign up for new Prompt Payment Code
After Royal Free is found to have breached Data Protection Act, information commissioner Elizabeth Denham offers four-point checklist for other trusts in their use of technology and data
Renaming the ministry the Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport acknowledges how its responsibilities have changed, says minister
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
Taking a punt on a start-up is better than explaining costly failures to the Public Accounts Committee, according to Daniel Korski
Four initiatives made available free to public sector bodies
Treasury reportedly angered at suggestions 1% limit could be relaxed
DCMS minister also claims planned Digital Charter will be world’s first such framework
Damian Green takes back seat to concentrate on Brexit negotiations.
Ensuring spaces can be booked by the public and other bodies can bring in revenue and create efficiencies, argues Chris Smith of Kajima
The UK would introduce an Estonia-style virtual identity card for EU nationals who settle in the UK following Brexit, according to reports.