The Department states that has recently concluded a major programme of work to move to a cloud model, but needs new digital and technology chiefs to continue to drive change.
The US Department of Defense's JEDI procurement has led to some very public protests from tech vendors, the latest of which is IBM.
The fate of Verify has been up in the air for a long time, but the Cabinet Office yesterday put an end to the speculation with a decision to hand over responsibility to the private sector.
The former Labour Prime Minister, who led the government between 1997 and 2007, speaks out about the distraction of Brexit and how digital government should prioritise bringing policy makers together with tech industry.
NHS Trust frees up hundreds of hours for medical staff through use of ‘virtual workers’ and automation
East Suffolk and North Essex NHS Trust has deployed Thoughtonomy’s virtual workers to eliminate manual workloads, freeing up staff to focus on patient care.
Brussels said it would do terrible things if the US didn't clean up its Privacy Shield act. Washington said, 'You reckon?'
Business Secretary Greg Clark today revealed the 15 winning bidders for the £10 million Regulators’ Pioneer Fund. It is hoped the fund will help support opportunities identified in the government’s Industrial Strategy.
The recently appointed Health Secretary used his platform at the Tory Party conference in Birmingham this week to talk about his plans for technology reform in the NHS. However, can he achieve what plenty before him have failed to do?
Chancellor Philip Hammond used his speech as an opportunity to answer the public’s concerns about the rapid rate of change in the digital economy. Part of this includes plans for a digital tax. Other plans include more funding to boost skills.