As the deadline for ditching the 22-year-old platform draws near, some major government departments are still using GSi email addresses – but all contend that they are on track for the March cut-off
Last year’s novichok attacks in Salisbury brought global threats to the doorstep of the government’s Defence Science and Technology Laboratory. Chief executive Gary Aitkenhead tells Richard Johnstone how it is responding to the changing world
National statistician John Pullinger said he was looking for entries that are "innovatively and efficiently helping users make sense of the world".
Department embarks upon drive to deliver 250 digital services in a more ‘joined-up way’
Interim CDIO Simon McKinnon provides insight into department's agenda for the year ahead
Digital agency lays out plans for working with private companies and other departments over the next 18 months
Colin Talbot looks at how the government takes stock of what it owns – and how knowledge assets are changing what counts as capital
Department is contacting businesses to encourage early enrolment ahead of use becoming mandatory in August
“This role is critical to our transformation as a department servicing around 20 million citizens each year,” according to the job advert.
IBM discusses how blockchain can enable the digital reinvention of Government
Public spending on tech and consultancy is so dull as to be invisible – but failing to measure it is a mistake
EU citizens working in the NHS and higher education sectors can now apply for settled status in the UK – but those with an iPhone could face a long journey if they wish to do so