What do new technologies mean for border security in the UK? A recent CSW round table brought together academics and senior officials to explore the opportunities and challenges that lie ahead. Mark Rowe reports.
Department recruiting for senior digital professional to oversee development and design teams
FDA civil service union lambasts report that names and shames top-earning DWP civil servants
Vastly experienced civil servant replaces Alex Holmes as COO of Whitehall digital body
Civil servants are increasingly working overtime and face being continually on call for major emergencies. Whitehall staff need uninterrupted breaks to recharge their batteries – even if that means leaving some summer emails unanswered
Collation of performance-dashboard stats by CSW sister site PublicTechnology.net shows department is conducting almost all its transactions digitally, while other departments struggle to reach two thirds
Fraudulent letter claiming to be from the justice department chief asks companies for information
Newly-launched unit – which grew out of DWP predecessor – is offering 10 courses in four cities
While the civil service has shrunk dramatically, its volume and proportion of IT and digital professionals have gone up and up, ONS data reveals
Paul Caldwell confirmed as permanent head of troubled Defra distribution arm
Digital technology is having an impact on civil service workplaces, but is that enough to drive transformation? Gill Hitchcock reports on a recent round table discussion
Warning as Brexit pressures massively increase scale and complexity of £157m plan to replace "ageing technology"