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.
The UK's National Statistician, John Pullinger, looks at a new wave of innovation in government data that could help make life better and easier for us all.
Jeremy Heywood describes his recent visit to Edinburgh, where he saw how civil servants are adapting to new developments in policy and technology.
UK National Statistician John Pullinger says collaboration between civil servants is behind government progress in making smarter use of data. He urges more to enter a competition that encourages the development of data science.
Professor Sir Mark Walport, Government Chief Scientific Adviser, looks at an emerging database technology which, he believes, "could revolutionise the delivery of welfare".
Jeremy Heywood looks at how the Behavioural Insights Team's latest report highlights a potential solution to the challenge of reducing deaths from smoking.
As the internationally-renowned Behavioural Insights Team - the so-called 'Nudge Unit' - publishes its latest report, Jeremy Heywood looks at the impact of behavioural science on policy making and helping people make better decisions in their lives.
Guest blog: John Pullinger, Chief Executive of the UK Statistics Authority, talks about his experiences as Chair of the 46th United Nations Statistical Commission.