2016 – the year of data

David Evans, director of Policy and Community at BCS, The Chartered Institute for IT, talks to Government Technology about the meaning behind 'big data' and what it has in store for 2016.

How UK councils can create resilient digital ecosystem

Richard Godfrey discusses the success and savings of the newly launched Digital City Peterborough programme.

Bridging the digital skills gap in the UK public sector

Tackling the issue of the digital skills gap in the public sector can be tricky, especially given the cost to UK businesses says Mahmood Chaudhri

A breach of trust for local authorities?

In August, privacy campaign group Big Brother Watch revealed that local authorities recorded 4,236 data breaches over a three year period. GT asks whether the data we submit is really secure?

The commercial services that are saving money

Government Technology takes a look at the Crown Commercial Service Non-Medical Non-Clinical framework agreement

Discovering the department of you

Phil Gibson discusses the previous progress of the PSNGB and Innopsis’ plans to further facilitate safe information sharing for more efficient and effective public services

Working with small suppliers is good for the public sector

John Allen, national chairman of the Federation of Small Businesses, questions what do we really mean when we talk about working with SMEs?

Improving the way that we buy goods and services

The government has released its latest set of guidance papers for suppliers who supply goods or services to the public sector via the Crown Commercial Service

How to get insight from public sector content

Doug Miles, Chief Analyst for AIIM, the global community of information management professionals, discusses how the public sector can make sense of the ever-increasing volumes of content that finds its way into public sector departments

The next five years for g-cloud?

With a new government soon to form, Andrew Maybin, managing director of digital infrastructure and web hosting firm Tibus, looks ahead to what the next five years might hold for G-Cloud and cloud computing in the public sector