Cloud Industry Forum finds widespread confusion and degree of apathy among UK organisations in regards to GDPR
A new digital minister is also needed to provide political leadership for reform drive, says...
Debate over the future of the Government Digital Service continues as former senior official in charge of the Digital Marketplace warns of a "lack of vision, lack of ambition and lack of any sort of a plan"
Arif Harbott and Emily Ackroyd joining the GDS, Kevin Cunnington announces
New strategy unveiled by the chancellor to be broken up into three strands – "defence, deter and develop"
New report by the Institute for Government flags skills gap, policy divide and officials' attitudes to digital as potential barrier to service transformation and big savings
With the new government focused on Brexit, Theresa May and Philip Hammond have not voiced their support for making government digital – but the potential for savings is huge
Exit of chief technology officer marks latest in a series of departures from Government Digital Service over the last three months
A technical error was to blame for downtime across the GOV.UK website on Wednesday, the Cabinet Office has said.
Civil service human resources team wants to modernise and improve digital recruitment services
National Audit Office says GDS now getting on better with Defra after subsidies fiasco – but announces wider probe into effectiveness of the central digital team
Foreshew-Cain, who left Whitehall last month, follows in the footsteps of ex-GDS leader Mike Bracken
New director general Kevin Cunnington sets out his "cunning plan" for the Government Digital Service, and outlines plans to create "one national structure" for senior digital staff
In his first press briefing since taking over at the Government Digital Service, Kevin Cunnington signals his plan for lighter spend controls, a greater national presence – and perhaps a farewell to GDS's trademark bunting. Rebecca Hill of CSW's sister site PublicTechnology reports