Public Sector Professional
The US Congress is famous for being mired in inefficiency, bureaucracy and partisanship, but apparently there’s one task it has no trouble getting done – editing Wikipedia articles.
The Home Office spent a significant £347m on its scrapped Immigration Casework (ICW) IT project, according to a National Audit Office (NAO) report.
West Midlands Police (WMP) and West Midlands Office of Police and Crime have chosen a supplier to support the digital transformation of their operations.
The Government Digital Service (GDS) has published its April 2014-March 2015 business plan alongside concerns that its budget is too small.
Liberty University in the United States is now using Microsoft's Kinect motion control to power a media wall in the library, proving the technology has applications outside of gaming.
The Scottish Government will be seeking suppliers to provide it with a framework for the delivery managed IT services within the next few months.
We discuss the EU’s criticism of Google over search engine link removal requests, and how it seems to be unfairly laying all the blame at the big G’s door.
The whole “right to be forgotten” process looks like it’s going to be a pain for consumers, for Google, and for EU authorities.
As desperate London commuters cry out for air conditioning on hot trains, Transport For London (TfL) has announced a development of a different sort.
West Sussex County Council has become the first in the UK to give its residents free access to real-time performance data.