Role of government’s central digital team is evolving but central oversight is still required on policies such as IT disaggregation, minister tells PublicTechnology
The government said it would "think creatively about current and future challenges relating to cyber skills" in response to a joint select committee report.
Department is looking for a range of external suppliers to support work on its Technology Platforms for Tomorrow rollout
Cabinet Office admits its initial bid to fill “probably the biggest and most important security job in the UK today” was "unsuccessful"
Treasury guidance encourages departments to offer “unreasonable certainty in timelines, costs and benefits”, IfG report finds
Customs brokers are worried about whether they will be able to meet extra demand in a no-deal scenario
National Cyber Security Centre annual report reveals it has dealt with 1,100 cyber attacks in its first two years
Penelope Endersby becomes agency’s first female boss seven months after Rob Varley quits
The science chief will advise on areas such as artificial intelligence, cyber security, space technology and chemical, biological and missile defence
Tom Smith, managing director of the ONS Data Science Campus, tells CSW's sister title PublicTechnology how and why he wants to 'move the needle' for the use of data across the public sector
Five of the service’s seven existing commercial partners will assume responsibility for the product
Carole Mundell is the first departmental science adviser to be appointed since Patrick Vallance became government chief scientific adviser in April