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Yesterday saw the release of the National Audit Office’s report on ‘Digital Transformation in Government‘.
The main conclusion from Amyas Morse, head of the NAO, is that: 153 more words
Writing with my colleague Cassian Young, in a new article in Computer Weekly we consider why an agile approach to digital programmes will not transform Whitehall – unless the waterfall approach to policy and decision-making is overhauled too. 66 more words
The human race has made it pretty far, considering the various blights, pestilences and geopolitical struggles we’ve encountered along the way. For a self-reflective species, we are constantly creating and consuming technologies as a means to an end. 1,098 more words
Software’s coming home
Software development and technical architecture design have been taken back in-house over the past 5 years – ending the era when Whitehall departments outsourced almost everything to a large systems integrator. 1,911 more words