A new study RSA provides a convincing policy proposal to fund every citizen under the age of 55 with a £5,000 “opportunity dividend” for up to two years.
A new report released by the Home Affairs Select Committee points to the Home Office’s poor history of developing IT systems - particularly at the borders.
Dafydd Vaughan has analysed the number of blogs GDS and digital teams in government have published in recent years - pointing to a stark downward trend.
UKCloud has made a name for itself by offering secure, cloud environments dedicated to the public sector. It is now taking on the multi-cloud challenge.
The government’s flagship welfare reform programme, Universal Credit, was given a damning review by a select Committee last week.
Bloomberg Philanthropies has certified the first 9 cities in its pioneering What Works Cities standard-making effort to measure how well cities incorporate data and evidence into their decision-making processes.
We take a look at how marketing executives and IT decision makers can can help government organisations cope with growing concerns and regulatory pressures.
The controversial welfare reform programme, Universal Credit, continues to face problems as it enters its eighth year of development.
Tech London Advocates, techUK and UKCloud told peers on the EU Internal Market Sub-Committee that Brexit decisions in the Cabinet need to be made.
The Government Digital Service (GDS) is flailing. It needs a wake-up call. Here are some of my ideas to get its reputation back on track.