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Maude defends Cabinet Office IT policy

Cabinet Office minister said problems with IT transition at BIS and DECC were down to poor procurement read more »

Westminster View: We the users

In designing digital services for citizens, Chi Onwurah worries that the government has forgotten that they are to be used by people read more »

UK banks told to pen-test security against real-world threats

Government pushes new CBEST framework read more »

Government's Cyber Essentials scheme plots SME security overhaul. But will it work?

SMEs face a new era of mandatory security certification read more »

Westminster View: The secret data sharing gateway

Government's approach to data sharing is a chaotic and tangled mess read more »

Is EU's 'right to be forgotten' really the 'right to edit the truth'?

Analysts say it's doubtful the EU's ruling on Google will be repeated in the U.S. read more »

Westminster View: Has the government got an online system for childcare or not?

Chi Onwurah is disturbed by the basic level of digital knowledge that government appears to demonstrate in its plans to put a childcare support system online read more »

Westminster View: The government must address the problems with care.data, not just delay

Patient data needs to be genuinely anonymous and citizens should be able to opt out online read more »

BBC vs ex-CTO Linwood. Who is really to blame for failed DMI?

Linwood is the only person to have been sacked for the £125m failed digital project read more »

For the record: President Obama's intelligence directive in full

Lots of words. How much will change? read more »

Opinion: Universal Credit is becoming less digital-by-default, more digital-by-dummies

We revealed this week that DWP currently has just three IT staff working on the digital system read more »

Did US IT contracting rules add to HealthCare.gov woes?

A reform of US government IT procurement could lead to fewer failed projects, critics say read more »

Opinion: Scrap failing Universal Credit IT assets and just focus on digital

DWP’s welfare reform project is now adopting a worrying two-lane approach to IT read more »

Opinion: Suppliers have had their beating, now it’s the government’s turn

A lack of commercial skills in Whitehall needs addressing – quickly read more »

Westminster View: NAO Report – a wake-up call for this government

Shadow Cabinet Office minister Chi Onwurah believes the NAO report highlights long-standing issues with suppliers that need to be addressed read more »

US HealthCare.gov problems: What we know so far

Obama's officials won't talk detail but many factors contributed to the malfunctioning website read more »

Westminster View: Engineers are not to blame for mass surveillance

The widespread spying unveiled by Edward Snowden raises questions about the UK’s digital legislative framework that requires more technical knowledge from people on all sides of the debate, says cyber security shadow minister Chi Onwurah read more »

How HMRC plans to introduce digital, innovation and SMEs to its £8bn Aspire contract

Outgoing CIO Mark Hall is restructuring with the view that you can’t outsource responsibility read more »

City of London police commissioner hits back at cyber-crime critics

Adrian Leppard explains how the forces are tackling the growing threat posed by cyber criminals read more »

Are big SIs becoming the unwanted middle-man between government and SMEs?

A recent Cabinet Office report saw most spend with SMEs increasing via third party suppliers read more »


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