Select committee chair accuses senior civil servants running reform of being in ‘La La Land’ as report says changes may never have intended benefits
Select committee report calls for algorithms to be added to a ministerial brief, and urges departments to publicly declare where and how they use them
At the dawn of the AI era, a fundamental change is reshaping the way UK citizens and government services interact. Digital reinvention in government will deliver digital services, to UK citizens, built on cloud-based enabling technologies.
Cabinet Office advertises for replacement for Campbell McCafferty, who has held the role since it was created in 2016
NAO criticises failure of both parties to recognise complexity of contract to simultaneously run and cut primary care support services
Department issues contract notice seeking external supplier for two-year contract to install unified communications environment
Sreeram Visvanathan, IBM WW Government Leader, explains what Government digital reinvention is and why it's so important.
Oliver Dowden, whose ministerial brief contains responsibility for GDS, has claimed that the recent move of data policy to DCMS ‘should not be seen as a change of direction’
The National Health Service is sitting on a goldmine of patient information, but identifying how best to tap its rich seams is very much a work in progress. SA Mathieson reports. Photography by Paul Heartfield
Competition launched for IT and digital specialists to propose solutions to societal problems
HM Courts and Tribunals Service remains confident it will deliver on reform plan, despite auditors warning of financial, technological, and legislative challenges
Government Digital Service reveals new model was road-tested with four departments
Sreeram Visvanathan, IBM WW Government Leader summarizes the major Government trends that he is currently seeing.