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...
‘When coronavirus struck, we accelerated, because citizens were struggling’ – how DWP revamped the Budgeting Loans service
The pandemic illustrated the importance of work to improve a service offering support for...
UK’s top two civil servants should be handed more responsibility as part of drive to make Cabinet Office more effective, says IfG
Government says a ‘small number’ of machines are affected by what users say is a worm that contacts Russian servers
After a difficult year for key performance metrics, Myrtle Lloyd takes on DG-level post
Government considering launching online tool – but not in time for upcoming polls
Venues in Scotland will be able to conduct trials with juries based in cinemas or other offsite locations
County council seeks leader to work with suppliers, staff and elected members
The remote-first world has seen email being relied on more than ever as a core communication mechanism - but with 93% of IT leaders acknowledging a risk to sensitive data, what steps should be taken to secure data? Egress explores
Legacy IT has accounted for 80% of additional expense, according to PAC
Department invests in contract to deliver ‘full-stack visibility’
Government funds rollout across 38 trusts
Exercise led by Michael Barber suggests civil service shape-up remains a target for the PM
2020 was a cyber security wake up call for many organisations. Attempting to provide secure remote access and device flexibility quickly exposed the flaws in legacy systems and processes. As we enter 2021, Six Degrees asks: are you ready for the future of cyber security?
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.
Education Scotland stresses there is a ‘manual workaround’
Small-scale testing began in October
Quartet of contracts awarded last month
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
Foundation set up in memory of late Cabinet Secretary Jeremy Heywood seeks ideas for how to solve challenges created by coronavirus
Institution retains incumbent supplier on long-term contract
Initiative to be delivered in partnership with Glasgow Caledonian University