Science & Technology
Chancellor Philip Hammond set to respond to Sir Michael Barber’s proposals in Wednesday’s Autumn Budget
Chancellor Philip Hammond set to respond to Sir Michael Barber’s proposals in Wednesday’s Autumn...
Interview: Whitehall tech pioneer Tony Singleton on two decades at the forefront of digital government
After calling time on a long civil-service career earlier this year, the former Directgov and...
Post-Brexit Britain “could lose its research edge” unless departments step up, say public spending watchdogs
Cabinet Office minister Caroline Nokes says Government Digital Service has "come of age", and insists she has never met an obstructive civil servant
Document from Government Commercial Function offers advice on how to best to decouple from monolithic contracts
RAC says plans to introduce clean air zones in cities could be hindered by lack of access to information
Civil Service World brought together a panel of digital leaders to assess how government can make better use of the technology at its disposal to drive innovation in public service delivery. Colin Marrs reports
Government issues edict instructing public bodies to move email and websites to gov.uk and other new domains
Post will also involve creation of analytics tools and platforms for minimising fraud
Electronics and telecommunications expert Dr Mike Short named to post after six-month search
MPs raise concerns about department’s attitude to science advice after learning its acting chief scientific advisor is an economist
Science and Technology Committee to assess quality and extent of research used in government interventions and early-years policy
Welsh Government “innovation directory” will pull together more timely big data and analysis for economists and policy makers