Recently a small group of technology leaders from across government discussed the role that we play in developing user-centric services and their impact on wider society.
I’m pleased to announce Anna Shipman as the new Head of Open Source, leading a concerted approach to greater use and reuse of open source across government.
A short while back I was fortunate to speak at GitHub’s annual Universe conference in San Francisco. I was asked to tell the story of GOV.UK and I was keen to emphasise a number of points.
We recently held our first Technology Leaders session which was open to a wider guest list than just Tech Leaders. We decided to blog after each of these sessions so that those who aren’t able to attend can read about what we discussed. In this blog we talk about big data.
Catch up with the work the Open Standards team have been doing to streamline the processes we have, so we can better support the community and get a clearer picture of what works and what doesn’t.
Bruce Thomson, IT Security Manager and Julian Hamlin, IT Security Appliance Manager from Hillingdon council explain how they secured email in their borough.
We’re looking for a Technology Leadership Manager to lead the development of the Technology Leaders Network.
Martin Kotlewski, Lead Officer for Security & Compliance from Fife Council, talks about securing government email in a local authority.
Building upon the Memorandum of Understanding between the UK and India to share knowledge and skills in digital transformation, we travelled to India to discover how the Government of India is transforming online access to services for citizens and how we can work together.
Andrew Williamson, the Scottish Wide Area Network Programme Manager, talks about getting the Scottish public sector better connected with secure email in Scotland.