In the CSQ Interview, Andrea Siodmok describes the work of the Cabinet-Office-based Policy Lab, and its ambition to give cutting-edge support to the 17,000 policy-makers in government.
Dr Jen Gold, Head of the What Works Team, sees growing opportunities for policy-makers to generate more of their own evidence of what works.
Ciaran Martin, Chief Executive of the National Cyber Security Centre, outlines four measures already announced as part of the UK's Active Cyber Defence programme.
Charlie Stansfield from the Defence Science and Technology Laboratory (Dstl) gives an insight into the little-known work of a world-leading forensic science facility in keeping the UK safe.
Steve Darling, Head of Better Regulation at Defra, describes an innovative approach to managing the department's stock of legislation and the benefits of easier access to it.
We asked Home Office data scientist Aimee Murphy what attracted her to the Civil Service and how she is using and developing her skills.
We asked Charlie Boundy, Head of Data Science at the Department for Work & Pensions, about the uses of data and what it’s like to be a government data scientist.
Andrew Goodman, Programme Director for Home Office Digital, looks at how the department is using data analytics to make people’s lives better.
Michel Blancard, a data scientist at the French Government’s Etalab, describes a data-led approach to expanding the use of solar power in France by creating a national register of suitable properties.
Data releases are powering new activity at the Department for the Environment, Food & Rural Affairs and attracting all kinds of users to explore and exploit its potential, as Chief Technology Officer John Seglias explains.