How the Digital Economy Act is revolutionising the way services are delivered across government.
A new competition-led approach for creating solutions to some of the defence and security challenges of the 21st century.
Read about the creation of the Geospatial Commission, the new body to help exploit the huge potential of data about location and place to fuel new businesses and better public services.
Just over a year after it was launched, a campaign to recruit thousands of new prison officers is close to meeting its objectives ahead of time and under budget. The MoJ's Prison Officer Recruitment Programme Director explains how they did it.
Zamila Bunglawala and Marcus Bell, respectively deputy director and director of the Race Disparity Unit in the Cabinet Office, explain the purpose of the Race Disparity Audit.
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.
A personal view on the use of data in government from Dr David Halpern, Chief Executive of social purpose company the Behavioural Insights Team (BIT).
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.
Professor Dame Sally Davies, Chief Medical Officer for England, and colleagues Nicole Redhead and Tracy Parker from the Department of Health describe how the UK has worked at home and abroad to galvanise coordinated action against antimicrobial resistance (AMR).