Authority unveils system to provide information and forge connections among industry landscape worth an estimated £2.6bn
DWP’s £93m digital Pensions Dashboards on track to start connecting schemes in April, minister claims
Regulations were approved by parliament last week and work continues to implement technical...
Jason Kitcat has got rid of digital strategies and teams and introduced in a single function devoted to service change. Gill Hitchcock finds out more.
Newham Council worker sent email with info including names and address
Authority looks to overhaul a range of tech platforms
Local authority looks to build ‘digital capabilities’
London borough seeks new tech leader
Leeds digital chief Dylan Roberts tells Gill Hitchcock about how the city is joining up records and trying to help 10,000 Loiners get online each year
The latest tranche of money invested via the Future Digital Inclusion programme will be administered by charity the Good Things Foundation
Borough of Sutton to conduct 12-month experiment with flexible routes and app-based booking
Local authorities could benefit from the use of analytics and AI, according to Andy Barrow of ANS Group
Plans for chief digital officer are shelved but authority remains focused on ‘embedding digital capability’ across the organisation
Role comes with remit to serve as ‘internal change partner’
Local authorities seek to work with supplier to lay out roadmap
Department seeks supplier to help digitise services
City council issues contract notice looking for partner to provide public-sector connectivity
Hackathons are a way for Norfolk to drive digital innovation in adult social care. Gill Hitchcock reports on the council’s achievements and aspirations.
One sixth of £7.5m available funding pot is allocated after first tranche of applications
We revisit the big news and major events from the second half of 2018
PublicTechnology editor Sam Trendall picks out the topics and trends that will dominate the year ahead, and revisits the predictions of a year ago to see any of them came to pass
Ofcom report shows just 38% of Scotland has good data coverage from all four networks
Quartet of projects will receive backing from the Open Data Institute
Council to look at cloud, on-site and as-a-service options