Political head-to-head in pensions debate

Political head-to-head in pensions debate

Pensions minister Steve Webb and shadow pensions secretary Rachel Reeves exchange blows in the fight for votes at the May general election, and set out their policies on saving for retirement

Digital government gets election kicking

Digital government gets election kicking

Technology transformation in the public sector, as government goes online, is coming under renewed and intense scrutiny in the run-up to the general election, writes John Lamb

Third way for IT procurement

Third way for IT procurement

The public sector typically swings between centralised and localised approaches to IT procurement. Could devolution drive a federated “third way” that offers the best of both worlds? David Bicknell reports

UK government sets digital example

UK government sets example for rest

The UK is blazing a trail with digital government and picking up admirers along the way, writes Stuart Lauchlan

Are there votes in digital policy?

Eddie Copeland

Eddie Copeland, head of technology policy at Policy Exchange, reviews where the political parties stand on digital government

Tech to power better public services

Julian David

Julian David, chief executive of techUK, urges government to harness the power of technology to transform public services and improve people’s lives

NHS on new information pathway

NHS on information pathway

Coalition plans to put the health service on a new path of information revolution may be running out of time. Michael Cross reports

Making digital government work


cBrain’s F2 case and document management software is driving departmental productivity in the Danish government, creating greater transparency and making users happier