News on the topic of Digital

Government to save millions on ICT

Francis Maude today launched a strategy for cutting public spending on government information and communication technology (ICT) by millions of pounds. The Government ICT Strategy aims to cut duplication and waste in Government ICT.

Wed, 30/03/2011

Review of Government direct communications and role of COI

Review of Government direct communication and the role of the COI calls for views of industry experts.

Thu, 13/01/2011

Public Data Corporation to free up public data and drive innovation

Francis Maude and Edward Davey have outlined plans for a new Public Data Corporation.

Wed, 12/01/2011

Francis Maude's reply to Martha Lane Fox's letter

Francis Maude's reply to Martha Lane Fox's letter outlining proposals for the future of Directgov.

Tue, 23/11/2010

Digital by default proposed for government services

Public services should be delivered online or by other digital means, the Government has announced in response to a report published by Martha Lane Fox today.

Tue, 23/11/2010

Government removes barrier to public data use

The Government has relaxed current licensing provisions on public sector information, making it faster and easier for developers and entrepreneurs to re-use it.

Thu, 30/09/2010

Nick Clegg online Q&A with MSN

Mr Clegg answered questions from the audience as well as questions posted on Twitter and Windows Live Messenger.

Mon, 16/08/2010

Tell us which datasets you want released

The Minister for the Cabinet Office, Francis Maude, has today called for the British people to nominate which new government datasets they would like to see released on data.gov.uk.

Fri, 23/07/2010

“Send us your comments” says new Transparency Board

The Minister for the Cabinet Office, Francis Maude, has said that everyone will be invited to comment on new principles for transparency and open data and put forward new suggestions for data sets they want to see released.

Fri, 25/06/2010

Clamp down on Government websites to save millions

The Minister for the Cabinet Office, Francis Maude, has today pledged to scrap hundreds of unnecessary and expensive government websites and slash the cost of the remaining sites to save millions of pounds.

Thu, 24/06/2010

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