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...
Commons leader reiterates his intention that MPs should return within two weeks, despite cross-party criticism
Institution declares that lectures will be provided in online-only form
NHS Scotland is testing its contact-tracing program ahead of a nationwide rollout due later this month
Government has bought 2,000 extra tags – but only prisoners 55 have been released so far
Digital initiative aims to help people understand what support is available to them
The authority’s IT manager Richard Kingston explains why local government needs to collaborate for the benefit of citizens
GDS reveals measures taken to increase capacity include splitting traffic and investments made by the two commercial partners
PublicTechnology editor Sam Trendall salutes the outstanding efforts of public sector technologists in helping to respond to coronavirus
No specific guidance has been issued for sector, but minister says department would ‘expect everyone to be aware’ of social distancing
The CEO of Danish tech firm NetCompany tells PublicTechnology why the country’s existing digital infrastructure could help encourage adoption of its soon-to-launch coronavirus response app
Claimants will be required to use bank account as minister salutes work of 'hidden heroes'
Statistics regulator publishes report that flags up necessary improvements
Scottish charity warns of families stuck in lockdown without access to education resources
System will be implemented over the next few weeks
WATCH: Lessons learned during agile delivery – address accessibility upfront and avoid technical debt
Following the design and launch of a new service for the registration of drones, delivery partner BJSS passes on some advice for others embarking on agile projects
The spike in usage prompted by the surge in Universal Credit claims has prompted the Treasury to approve another tranche of funding
When legislation required the UK aviation regulator to build a service for registering drones, it turned to user-centred design and agile development
Charities will receive an additional £600,000 allocation
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
Foreign secretary Dominic Raab was given a remote grilling yesterday
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.