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- 30 Sep 2016
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Times are changing at the Government Digital Service (GDS). Not only is the organisation moving out of its home in Holborn, its power is also shifting.Yesterday, GDS announced in a blog post that ...
Yesterday saw the departure of another senior figure at the Government Digital Service (GDS) as Gov.uk Verify director Janet Hughes announced she is leaving. The news, which came only weeks after ...
While central government is increasingly moving away from outsourcing deals with single suppliers with a clear view of creating agile services that respond to the changing needs of both government ...
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- 23 Sep 2015
While the Government Digital Service's (GDS) annual Sprint conference showed that there is still great enthusiasm and drive for getting digital "right" across Whitehall, this year's event lacked a ...
The New Year has started off highlighting an old problem: Lack of central support for local government's digital transformation. Mostly filled with delegates from local councils, the room at the ...
Government identity experts want to tap NHS medical records to tell if people are entitled to get benefits and use public services.Warwickshire County Council has been in talks with NHS England and ...
Constantly on red alert since work began in 2012, the government's high-risk reform of the courts has come up against mistrust.
The British government has been trying to persuade companies to ditch their home-grown ID systems for one it helped design under an international collaboration driven from Silicon Valley and the ...
The government is failing to get enough help from the private sector to make its next generation identity scheme work at full speed.
Universal Credit was doing fine and right on time as the Department for Work and Pensions began rolling out its IT system in April 2012, according to a project schedule released under Freedom of ...
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HMRC's plan to dissolve its core operations and have them reproduced as standard features of common business software will hollow out one of the largest departments of state and could lead to 80 ...
The 21st Century state began to take shape this week with the publication of plan to make the nation's business software applications operate as agents of central government.
"What century is that from?," is the natural reaction upon getting a set of accounts from Companies House, the UK's public register of company records.If you get a chance to put this question to ...
The UK business registrar has been rendering its revolutionary company data useless with software written by the very man who invented the principle way to make it meaningful.It has taken Companies ...
In a bizarre reversal of the government's digital-by-default policy, Companies House has been receiving company accounts as data but turning them into poor-quality photocopies before releasing them ...