The government claims that over one million users have registered to vote via a new online system, leaving positive feedback.
The Scottish government has signed a deal with Virgin Media Business (VMB) to provide services through the Scottish Government Fixed Telephony Services Framework.
An employment tribunal has declared John Linwood, former BBC CTO, was unfairly dismissed for the role he played in the failed £100m Digital Media Initiative.
The Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) warns legal firms that personal information, including paper files, must be kept secure.
A new survey by GP publication Pulse has found that 31 per cent of doctors participating would opt patients out of the care.data scheme themselves.
The Public Services Network (PSN) got off to a rocky start due to compliance issues, but the market is set to grow, according to a new report by market research firm Kable.
Telecoms giant O2 has launched a dedicated "public sector tariff" specifically for public and third sector organisations.
Staffordshire County Council is to implement a new "digitally adaptive methodology” as part of a move towards an internal culture change.
The University of Edinburgh has issued a tender that reveals it is seeking a supplier for its next generation personal response system.
NHS Shared Business Services (SBS) has revealed it is developing an NHS-wide procurement framework for healthcare clinical information systems.
The UK financial sector is set to increase its IT spend in 2014, with a third of firms in the industry stating this as their intention in a new survey.
The Metropolitan Police Service (MPS) says it has chosen a group of suppliers to deliver a new command and control system in a £90m contract.
Socitm, the representative body for people in public sector IT, has issued guidance it says can help leaders better tackle inconsistency, waste and duplicated efforts in digital government.
The Cabinet Office has announced that it is taking extra steps towards “drastically” improving the state of IT in government Departments.
UK citizens’ information, including financial history, qualifications and property of wealth could be shared across central government without their consent in new rules.
Education Minister Nick Gibb has claimed the UK needs more women in the technology sector to allow it to compete with the rest of the world.
East Kent Shared Services has deployed a mobile workspace solution based on IT services provider Citrix’s XenApp and NetScaler.
The UK technology industry has experienced a strong quarter from April to June 2014 as business activity rises at its fastest pace since 2007.
The Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) has warned organisations that Big Data initiatives can and must operate within data protection law.
Following a decline in 2012, local government IT spending started to grow again last year, according to analyst group TechmarketView.
Outsourcing activity in the Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA) region has hit a record high in the first half of the year, according to new research.
A supplier on the G-Cloud procurement framework has claimed that constant changes to the network are behind local government’s lack of interest in using the procurement process.
UK communications regulator Ofcom has published a new report advising the government on safety measures to help safeguard younger web users.
PCG, an organisation representing the self-employed and independent professionals has responded to claims that HMRC wasted taxpayer money on an IT project.