EXCL: Minister on plan for government digital tools that ‘serve users proactively – rather than reactively’
Cabinet Office minister Julia Lopez tells PublicTechnology Live event about the ambition behind the development of GOV.UK accounts
Department to run a ‘regulatory sandbox’ exercise
Gone-but-not-forgotten adviser reveals the four conditions the PM agreed to before he was recruited to Downing Street
Daljit Rehal tells PublicTechnology about his priorities for the tax agency’s digital services and its programme to reform billions of pounds of tech procurement
Minister explains failure to allow public access or publish any documentation
Discussions have already taken place about EU scheme offering digital certificates
HM Land Registry launches new standard
Email addresses exposed by BCC mix-up
Report into Digital Services at the Border scheme finds inability to identify and solve problems
Officers and the public in Scotland can now use the what3words technology
Human Centric Process Management: The common base for digital transformation, cost savings, compliance and agility
Engage Process explains how to ensure that process remains at the heart of your management programs - and how to keep undue pressure from those processes
With the backdrop of the COVID-19 pandemic, every disaster now entails responding to at least two emergencies. Dataminr explains how organisations can best prepare.
Government plan pledges use of common standards and development of new identity platform
Reports indicate emerging tech will be favoured over traditional military capabilities
In order to stay productive despite increased feelings of isolation - and other challenges - Azeus Convene suggest these top 10 tips to help you make the most out of working from home
Kwasi Kwarteng says government has 'decided to mark a departure from the industrial strategy brand'
Interview: deputy national statistician on legacy tech, lockdowns and a ‘leap forward’ for government’s use of data
Alison Pritchard talks to PublicTechnology about plans for the 2021 census, ensuring public trust in statistics – and her next epic boat journey
Cloud technology has enabled UK public sector organisations to deliver essential citizen services even in these most challenging of operating landscapes. According to Six Degrees, 2021 is the year to truly embrace cloud and set the foundations for exceptional service delivery in the years to come.
Tax agency supported by chancellor
City region offers £75k for new role
Three-year deal awarded to Pegasystems