Good luck to all involved. You will need it
'Anti-competitive activity' should be monitored, advises open letter to government
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MPs slam situation as another chapter in the 'sad tale of government, the public sector and IT'
CTS director Iain Patterson says dashboard will enable departments to become more transparent and make better decisions
Campaigners warn people will lose control of their identity
Queen's Speech promises compensation for any household unable to get at least 10Mbps broadband
34 councils share funding for 20 new digital solutions aimed at improving integration of social care, health and troubled families' data
New centre intended to protect MoD from 'malicious actors'
Organisation claims it could save £200m a year - but not until 2020-21
Don't Spy on Us coalition steps up anti-Investigatory Powers Bill efforts
Council picks Gandlake to put council tax, business rates and benefits payments online
The Snoopers' Charter is a costly mistake that may do more harm than good
Bill passes with ease despite criticism of bill
Accountants, law firms and contractor representatives speak out on the Chancellor's leaked tax plans for contractors
Nesta report says digital technology can save billions
IT contractors the 'collateral damage' in Chancellor George Osborne's attack on stars' and civil servants' tax avoidance
Saga over digital border project has no end in sight
Open Rights Group lays into Home Office for treating British public with 'contempt'
Singleton to start new role as deputy director of operations at BIS on 1 March
Lack of science graduates in Cabinet is 'ludicrous', says ZX Spectrum inventor
Spies can even turn your webcam on
We count down some of the biggest disputes between companies and their IT suppliers