Government should look ‘very seriously’ at investing more in both cyber security and training,...
Cabinet secretary Sir Jeremy Heywood praises outgoing intelligence chief – who tells ministers he is resigning for personal reasons – for his decades of "dedicated public service"
Cabinet Office report finds that Whitehall's move to digital happened at different rates in different departments, meaning information management was not properly re-assessed
Data analysis must no longer be seen as role for policy professionals, says top civil servant, but as the "life blood of operational decision making"
Joshua Chambers has travelled the world meeting government innovators. Here, he shares some of their secrets.
Treasury Committee, chaired by Andrew Tyrie (pictured), questions tax authority's plans to make businesses keep digital records and produce quarterly updates
Whitehall urged to "increase our specialist recruitment capability" by Government Digital Service adviser
CSW caught up with Microsoft's Corporate Vice President of Worldwide Public Sector to discuss transformation in times of austerity, the key to successful major projects and tackling the lack of diversity among digital leaders
Government must do more than just adapt to current processes if it is to make the most of the digital revolution. Colin Marrs reports on a round table, hosted by CSW and Cognizant, where officials discussed the importance of transformation in a fast-changing world
Data Science Accelerator programme adds a new hub as Government Digital Service aims to sharpen Whitehall's use of data
Just 13 of the 328 applications made by women to the digital and technology graduate scheme in 2015 were successful, according to new figures
With the end of 2016 fast approaching, we asked the UK's top officials to look back at the year, outline their goals for 2017 – and shed some light on their festive favourites. Jon Thompson, chief executive of the Ministry of Defence, takes part in our annual perm secs round-up...
Repeatedly-delayed transformation strategy had been expected "before Christmas"