What's new in government innovation? Liz McKeown reports from a recent OECD conference.
Clare Moriarty considers the attractions of 'unconferences' and how they can create more open, inclusive discussions.
Clare Moriarty says the new digital revolution depends on having the people who can spot the opportunities and challenges offered by advances in technology and data-gathering.
What does being a 'data-driven' department mean for the Ministry of Justice? Permanent Secretary Richard Heaton explains.
What are distributed ledgers, and why has the Government been discussing them in recent weeks?
UK National Statistician John Pullinger describes the experience of giving oral evidence at a recent hearing of the Public Administration and Constitutional Affairs Committee - and how civil servants helped him prepare for it.
A recent visit to the Open Data Institute underlined for Jeremy Heywood the central role of the Civil Service in harnessing open data to make people's lives better.
Home Office Permanent Secretary Mark Sedwill looks at crime prevention in the digital age.
Government Chief Scientific Adviser Sir Mark Walport challenges Civil Service leaders to identify the best opportunities for exploiting the transformative potential of distributed ledger technology.
Professor Sir Mark Walport gets inspired about how we can use data better after a recent trip to McLaren.