Kate McGavin and Helen Williams, deputy directors from the Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport, are part-time, ambitious, and happy to share – both their job, and their wisdom on making a success of this increasingly popular way of working
Civil service chief executive John Manzoni has praised the Government Digital Service for having “risen to the challenge” of delivering the UK’s exit from the European Union.
An interview with Jacqui Davey from IBM on IBM's strategy for cloud computing and how it is evolving
Official watchdog investigation also revealed former universities minister Jo Johnson interfered in recruitment process
Interview with Karolin Nakonz from IBM who talks about the cognitive computing journey and how it can improve public services.
IBM's Sharon Bagshaw explores how digital reinvention is changing the way public sector organisations are operating
Environment select committee calls on department to analyse impact of Brexit on agriculture and introduce fund for UK farmers
All participants in tax-appeal hearings to take part remotely during trial scheme
IBM looks at how innovative new approaches and game-changing technology can help address the cyber skills gap in the UK Public Sector
Response to FOI request also reveals that department spends £66m a year on IT
Study finds that a quarter of officers need to access six or more databases in working on a single case
Tax agency will move 2,700 staff to second Scottish regional centre by 2021
Head of the watchdog, Elizabeth Denham, says ICO will be expected to do “more of everything” as strict new data compliance law comes down the track