Software giant says multi-platform environment that includes Linux operating systems and Android have driven it towards use of more open standards in how it provides technologies and services
December 13th needs to be in your diary if you are at all serious about knowing the future of UK public sector ICT post-Brexit, say participants
Once GDS stopped being involved in controversial farmer payments project, team reverted to older ways of delivering government IT, it seems. Will they work?
Kevin Cunnington signals less adversarial, even nicer relationships for GDS, by working more closely with Whitehall departments
GDS leader says organisation is looking at a new business model for GOV.UK Verify; GDS will still be in the controls and standards business and will “listen more”; GDS production levels – and staffing – will remain about the same
Cabinet Office urged to make sure it has effective leadership and sufficient expertise in place by March 2017, as well as a “realistic and complete business case” which departments should explicitly sign up to
Special new £400,000 war chest set up to help find six to eight great new mental health apps. Could you be one such developer?
Framework applications due to open on November 1 and close on December 6
Contract will create anonymised record of pupil performance from GCSE to higher education; unions say information is already available but question how data is to be used
Home Office appears to confirm implementation delays, with first region in North West seeing timetable move from September 2017 to early 2018