HM Revenue & Customs has signed an agreement to create some of the most digitally advanced buildings in government.
DCMS Permanent Secretary Sue Owen looks at how the department is tackling the challenges of online safety and security and giving citizens confidence that the Internet is a well-governed space.
Next month's Sprint 18 event, hosted by Government Digital Service, will highlight the great things being done to improve the experience of people using digital services and to transform the way government itself works.
Matthew Coats describes the development of new digital services to make it easier for civil servants to manage their everyday business as employees, such as performance management and checking payslips.
Oliver Dowden, Minister for Implementation, reviews progress under the Government Transformation Strategy, 12 months on from its publication.
Mark Smith, Head of the Public Services Network at Government Digital Service, explains why email addresses across government are going to change, and what it means for civil servants.
Government Digital Service Director General Kevin Cunnington sets out the Government Transformation Strategy, the next step in creating digital government and modern public services.
Why is it important that the digital services HMRC provides for its own people are as good as those its customers use? Jon Thompson explains.
We need to push the digital transformation of government to a new level - this was the message to civil servants from Minister for the Cabinet Office Matthew Hancock at Sprint 2016, the government’s annual digital conference.
Jeremy Heywood describes his recent visit to Edinburgh, where he saw how civil servants are adapting to new developments in policy and technology.