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Education secretary Nicky Morgan confirms BP's John Hughes and Centre Forum's James Kempton to join Ofsted board as non-executive members
Vince Cable confirms Ruth McKernan to step into Iain Gray's shoes at business innovation body
Business minister Matt Hancock appoints Graham Farrant as new chief executive of the Land Registry
Journalist, doctor and academic Ben Goldacre - author of the acclaimed books Bad Science and Bad Pharma - tells CSW what works and what doesn't in the civil service
Public Administration Select Committee urges greater role for Cabinet Office in planning for the future and ending departmental duplication
No Whitehall talks for Sturgeon, off-payroll fines, Maude's Lords rumours & the end of 'catastrophic' Whitehall IT - our regular wrap of Whitehall headlines
Information Technology is a contentious topic in healthcare circles. But that didn’t stop CSW exploring its potential at a recent round table, as Tim Gibson reports
Robocop might not be a reality yet – but governments are using artificial intelligence in everything from law enforcement to medicine, says Joshua Chambers
Scientist and entrepreneur Hermann Hauser spoke to CSW about the success of the Catapult Centres
A recent CSW round table explored how replacing big outsourced IT contracts with more flexible, managed “tower” arrangements has impacted government’s use of technology. Stuart Watson reports
The Cabinet Office is setting up a new digital team to drive digital-first agenda in Whitehall
While Defra prepares for rising global temperatures, Environment Secretary Liz Truss is more immediately focused on trying to warm more tech graduates to the food and farming industries – and engineer a thaw in relations between the Tories and the north
The Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) will look into the computer failure which caused chaos across UK airports last Friday
Service integration and management of multi-supplier IT services (SIAM) is just one of a many IT functions that will be brought in-house, the government’s chief technology officer Liam Maxwell tells CSW
Data held and harvested by government can be used to take chunks out of departments’ operating costs, Stuart Watson learned at a CSW round table. Pic: Paul Heartfield
Keith Foggon was appointed as the first director of digital forensics and intelligence at the Competition and Market Authority’s (CMA’s) Cartels and Criminal Group (CCG), on Friday 5 December.
Chief executive of the UK Hydrographic Office (UKHO) Ian Moncrieff CBE (pictured here receiving his CBE) will retire on 31 January 2015 after eight years, it was announced yesterday.
The Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) has issued 48% more smartphones this year than in 2009.
More than 50% of spend on G-Cloud has gone to small and medium enterprises (SMEs) since its launch in February 2012, according to Crown Commercial Service sales figures.
The department response to the Small Business Research Initiative (SBRI) has been inconsistent, despite the initiatives potential to help government rebalance the economy by harnessing new technology and creative individuals, said the Centre for Business Research (CBR) at the University of Cambridge in a report published yesterday.
As Whitehall looks to the cloud, how do those on the ground mitigate the risks? A recent round table explored the issue, as Samera Owusu Tutu reports.
The UK Space Agency and UK scientists are celebrating the landmark touchdown of Rosetta’s Philae lander — the first ever landing on a comet yesterday.
The Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency (DVLA) have now moved their digital Vehicle Management service to private beta.
Diabetes is a deadly disease and it is spreading fast. Christel Schaldemose explains why the EU must act now.