A few weeks ago we asked for your feedback on the new Technology Code of Practice. We wanted to pick out some of the areas where people have provided feedback, and talk about what we’ve done to tackle those areas.
Technology Group is here to help government harness the full potential of technology and the internet by supporting, challenging and providing utility to our community of technology leaders and practitioners. Here’s how we're going to do it.
Remember the Millennium Bug? Evans Bissessar talks about finding the hidden gems uncovered doing a recent audit of gov.uk domains.
Capability across government has grown at a staggering rate over the last two years. We want to make sure that Digital Service Standard assessments reflect this. We carried out a discovery to see what changes we need to undertake to make the assessments process better.
We're updating the Technology Code of Practice and we need your input to ensure our new draft takes progress in government technology into account, while continuing our focus on user needs.
James Findlay, Chief Information Officer for HS2, blogs about an emergency services open standard that will transform the way emergency responders share information and will hopefully save lives.
We’re currently re-writing the Technology Code of Practice. On Global Accessibility Awareness Day, we wanted to share one of our early decisions with you.
The 2015 Greening Government Technology report shows departments achieving a number of significant commitments and targets. Stephen Dines, Senior Responsible Owner for the Green ICT Delivery Unit, highlights some of the key achievements from the latest report.
In the work we do with network designers and end users across government the same issues keep cropping up.
The 2014 Greening Government: ICT annual report just published shows departments are on track for delivering the commitments to improve the sustainability of government technology set out in the 2011 Greening Government: ICT Strategy.