Jersey Islanders can now use digital identity app Yoti at nightclubs and events – giving them a simpler and safer way of proving their identity, while allowing them to leave valuable ID documents safe at home, says the Crown Dependency's parliament
Do the latest official figures show slow but steady take up of the country's chosen national federated Digital Identity scheme?
There should be 'adequate, unrestricted, but supervised' blockchain growth - but it is still 'highly immature' and faces major challenges, says leader of a big Spanish bank, BBVA
Responsibility for the policy side of the country's flagship federated Digital Identity scheme has been quietly moved from GDS to another part of Whitehall - the Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport
'Just moving from one supplier at a slightly lower cost for the same service is not transformational,' ex-GDS Whitehall IT leader Iain Patterson warns his former colleagues
We should be seeing automation and software robots as potential trusted co-workers - not rivals, Fujitsu UK's Patrick Stephenson advises the audience at Think Smarter Working For Public Sector 2018
Government is the 'largest and oldest service provider in the UK', delegates told at last week's Think Smarter Working For Public Sector 2018. But changing it into something that makes more sense to citizens is a job that we've just begun, warns GDS's Lou Downe
'Anything that we can do to unlock government data, we’re committed to,' a senior White House technical advisor tells an MIT conference.
7,000 global employees in 15 countries' public and private sectors tell researchers they are much happier in their work and positive about their future, if they are working in a digital environment - definite food for thought for Thursday's Think Smarter Working For Public Sector 2018 conference...
‘Smarter Working in government means developing capability to build and maintain the best digital services across departments’4 June 2018 at 8:40am
Here’s hoping you have Thursday free in your diary - as Think Smarter Working for Public Sector 2018 opens to explore what that might mean in real life