Plans unveiled yesterday to remove barriers to cross-border data sharing could help the development of public services, according to the European Commission.
Local authorities risk irrelevance if they fail to get to grips with the power of data they hold, according to a report.
Local government is to get a new resource to resolve issues and share best practice relating to public services network compliance, it emerged today.
Andrew Hawkins says the new role for GDS may prove less significant for local government ICT than other measures in the Budget.
Government deputy chief technology officer Magnus Falk outlines what government organisations should be doing to improve digital services.
A local authority partnership has extended its telecommunications deal with Virgin Media Business by four years for £25 million.
Think tank Policy Exchange has scaled back its proposal for a local Government Digital Service (LGDS), saying it should be limited to creating and managing an online app store.
Phil Gibson hopes the government’s new Public Services Network chief realises is not underestimating his task.
Phil Gibson, chairman of public services networks supplier body PSNGB, responds to the government’s extension of the current PSN connectivity and services frameworks due to delays in its replacement.
London’s tri-borough alliance of local authorities has launched a tender for network connectivity and telecommunications services which could end up being worth £200m.
A lack of investment in ICT is undermining local authority service delivery, according to three quarters of senior decision makers.
Publictechnology takes a look at the 10 most read stories affecting council ICT during 2014.
Nottinghamshire County Council has signed a contract with supplier Virgin Media Business, to deliver an upgraded wide area network.
Neil Mellor says that new arrangements for suppliers’ self-certification do not mean that the public sector supply chain will become the Wild West.
Suppliers have welcomed the government’s announcement that it is to make compliance requirements for councils connecting to the public services network (PSN) more flexible.
The Scottish Government has appointed eight firms to a £3m framework to provide network advice and support services to public bodies.
Sally Collier, chief executive of the Crown Commercial Service, says that procurement changes are at the heart of public service reform.
Government executive director of digital Mike Bracken says he has no capacity to run a local but points to ways councils can benefit from his unit’s work.
Louise T. Dunne examines whether the new G-Cloud shopping channel is more than just a rebranding excercise.
Private sector suppliers have praised the government for listening to them and make it easier for small businesses to win business from a new framework for public sector network (PSN) connections.
Telford & Wrekin Council in the West Midlands yesterday became last local authority to connect to the Public Services Network - almost six months later than the deadline.