EXCL: Digital minister says government will pass law to make smart devices safer ‘as soon as we can’
Matt Warman tells PublicTechnology event that government wants products and services to...
After a difficult year for key performance metrics, Myrtle Lloyd takes on DG-level post
County council seeks leader to work with suppliers, staff and elected members
Legacy IT has accounted for 80% of additional expense, according to PAC
Court orders sought to disqualify directors of the fallen firm, which held an array of technology, infrastructure, and outsourcing contracts with the public sector
Johnson claims government will provide more localised breakdowns
Government funds rollout across 38 trusts
Digital secretary says there is a ‘burning need’ for governments to take a greater role in regulating the online world
Department supports call from MPs for more information
Programme looks to reduce reliance on consultants
Ministers stress mass deletion was result of ‘human error’
Exercise led by Michael Barber suggests civil service shape-up remains a target for the PM
Having long suffered from a scarcity of funding, councils could be forgiven for deprioritising investments in new tech. But public and private and sector leaders tell PublicTechnology that digital has never been more important.
Option can only be used for essential goods
Minister says data was wiped during ‘standard housekeeping process’
Small-scale testing began in October
Ministers seek to understand current use of vendor’s kit
Survey conducted by FDA union finds 97% of officials want option of working remotely
Home Office tech chief Davinson appointed leader of newly created Central Digital and Data Office while Read arrives from MoJ to head up GDS
Privacy campaigners have hailed a major victory as a judgement declares the use of general warrants unlawful. PublicTechnology takes a closer look.
Former head of NCSC Ciaran Martin believes that ‘war on Whitehall’ has ended – to minimal discernible effect
Public Accounts Committee points to need for more funding and legislative changes