Philip Hammond vows that every building in the UK will have access to an FTTP network within 15...
Metro mayor Andy Street seeks leader to front 'digital revolution'
Devices are designed to check against national criminal and immigration databases and return results in under a minute
Recruitment reforms to make it easier for Whitehall departments to bring in ‘highly specialist skills’
Exceptions added to Civil Service Commission Recruitment Principles could allow for digital professionals to be brought in without full hiring process
National Cyber Security Centre claims public is not at risk after malicious code for generating cryptocurrency added to Browsealoud text-to-speech tool
Director general Kevin Cunnington runs through achievements of past 12 months and goals for the coming year, including supporting Brexit initiatives and increasing DDaT skills
Council to consult with potential suppliers about digital system for helping citizens maintain independence
As part of a mission to grow its use of healthcare technology, the city will trial the expansion of telehealth referrals in secondary as well as primary care
Foreign Office reveals it lost one PC every six weeks in last three years but claims robust defences mean ‘they do not pose a security risk’
Response to FOI request also reveals that department spends £66m a year on IT
Mapping agency seeks input for three-month project to define long-term data strategy, including necessary skills and technology infrastructure
Council signs deal with IT company to build customer platform
Vast majority of doctors in the region buy into the 'Geordie nation concept'
Law Commission asked to analyse whether and how statutes need to be changed to ensure they are fit for the internet age
County council claims project to build network for use across Anglia could be worth up to £75m
Warning of “Whitehall asset-stripping” as policy-focused DCMS looks set to gain chunk of GDS remit
Head of the watchdog, Elizabeth Denham, says ICO will be expected to do “more of everything” as strict new data compliance law comes down the track
Joint Nature Conservation Committee looks to meet Government Digital Service standards and move away from content management system it has been running since 2005
New director of digital, data and technology skills expected to set future digital strategy in the department leading on post-Brexit trade deals
Government-backed initiative aims to identify areas where region could become a global leader in science and technology
Government figures reveal that 48% of revenue has gone to smaller firms
Cabinet Office speaks out after Capita profit warning to assert that none of its suppliers ‘are in a comparable position to Carillion’
Courts service extends trial of digital divorce offering