National organisation to consider efficacy of existing portals and apps
Department awards £500k contract for design of digital tool
Courts service says digital offering will eradicate need to fill in up to 30 pages of paper forms
Service will be unavailable on pre-Windows 7 platforms
New committee report cites importance of procurement
Home Office building digital tool to support compliance with controversial scheme
Online services will help traders keep abreast of taxes and other regulations
Digital agency floats two-year deal for an external specialist to provide on-demand assistance
NAO report finds that government drive had limited impact on public preparedness
The digital agency is aiming to raise awareness of the issues faced by many citizens and ensure that their physical or cognitive conditions are no barrier to using government’s online services. PublicTechnology went along to find out more.
Since MPs voted in favour of a December election, upwards of 3.5 million registrations have been processed digitally
The government’s housing body is adopting agile, cloud and a DevSecOps model in a bid to become the engine of transformation in the housing market. Gill Hitchcock reports.
Politicians and civil servants hit back at reports concerning analytics programme
'Designating services as digital is increasingly a hindrance' – DfE's Emma Stace on working across organisational boundaries
As the Department for Education refashions itself as a delivery department, its chief digital officer Emma Stace tells PublicTechnology she is determined to make digital ‘just the way we do things round here’