A major government-commissioned study found that about half of UK organisations are lacking basic security skills. PublicTechnology talks to the researchers behind to find out where the skills gaps are and how they can filled
Cabinet Office minister said that, despite the controversy that often surrounds the PM’s top...
Civil servants will be asked about how the crisis has impacted their working lives
Tax agency begins search for long-term replacement for Jacky Wright
PublicTechnology editor Sam Trendall salutes the outstanding efforts of public sector technologists in helping to respond to coronavirus
System gets provisional select committee thumbs up, but members are warned they will face punishment if they let others vote for them
Skyscanner COO Mark Logan is appointed to lead research exercise
Health secretary calls on public to embrace technology
System will be implemented over the next few weeks
The Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency has already done a great deal of work implementing technology across its operations. But digital chief Alex Fiddes tells PublicTechnology it has even bigger ambitions.
Director general Alison Pritchard tells PublicTechnology that the organisation still has a key role to play in building services
The discovery phase is the time to set the course for transformation. Service-design professionals need to ensure the journey is embarked upon throughout – and beyond – their organisation, believes Gordon Haywood of BJSS SPARCK
Local authority wants agile experts to apply for senior role
Robert Buckland stresses that people might not have had 'the opportunity to explain their side of the story'
The Covid-19 pandemic has profoundly changed how we live. Neil McEvoy of DigitalScot.net asks how the new way of life might impact what happens once the current crisis is over.
Speaker Lindsay Hoyle encourages MPs to stay at home
OneTeamGov movement looks to coordinate learning programme
Speaker of the house outlines proposals for virtual sessions to be televised live
John Manzoni’s farewell message to Whitehall stresses the need for continued improvement
Dialogue undertaken by National Data Guardian will look at what uses citizens find acceptable
Fourteen companies agree to provide gratis services and updates
Survey shows only a quarter of parents feel confident teaching tech skills
First weekly grilling of Nicola Sturgeon due to take place this week