A new government app could help more citizens access digital public services. But the project must take heed of past mistakes if it is to be a success.
Digital transformation in government
Tech leaders from Ministry of Justice, UK Parliament, London and more join Tech Monitor and New Statesman’s virtual forum on public sector technology.
The real value of the UK’s new National Space Strategy will be improving public services here on Earth, says Robert Stoneman, service director at GlobalData Public Sector.
The Baltic country's new Digital Testbed Framework allows international developers to use its digital government platforms as a testbed for new solutions.
Gina Gill, interim chief digital and information officer at the MoJ, says Covid-19 has renewed appetite for digitisation but shifting to new ways of working is vital.
Ten years on from the publication of the UK government’s shared services strategy, guest author Rob Anderson caught up with David Morris, CEO of SSCL, to understand the progress made to date.
After being called out for failing to replace outdated technology, the Home Office is hiring for a string of senior digital roles to help update systems including the 47-year-old Police National Computer.
Senior leaders lack understanding of digital change, and this is holding projects back, says a new report. Better training could help solve the issue.