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Transparency = accuracy + timeliness
By David Bicknell
How can the Major Projects Authority go further in its reporting, taking steps to ensure the published rating of projects better reflects the current state of progress?
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Labour contemplates post-election digital landscape
By Neil Merrett
Shadow minister Chi Onwurah outlines data sharing and digital access as key tests for new government in meeting digital ambitions
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Historical lessons for a digital future
By David Bicknell
Bracken and US counterpart Mikey Dickerson discuss the development of their respective digital services
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GOV.UK Verify potential in focus as private sector talks begin
By Neil Merrett
With GDS understood to have held talks with internet service providers across the finance, retail and entertainment sectors concerning identity assurance, what could this mean for its Verify platform?
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The Rewiring of Whitehall
By David Bicknell
Powerful committees, both in Cabinet and in the House of Commons, are behind the making of key government decisions, and the necessary scrutiny of government spending
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Taking stock
By David Bicknell
After the ministerial appointments, Westminster politics and Whitehall policy are still being developed ahead of the Queen's Speech on the 27th May
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Whitehall Outlook: a developing policy and technology landscape....
By Neil Merrett
Universal Credit, GOV.UK Verify and tenders for the Emergency services Network all developing as a new administration takes shape
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Post-Election: Return of the old guard as Whitehall starts to take shape
By David Bicknell
Osborne, May, Hammond, Fallon and Duncan Smith are staying in old roles. Will it be more of the same at the Cabinet Office too?
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General Election: Universal Credit, universally accepted?
By Neil Merrett
A Conservative majority government - even a small one - finds itself able to press ahead with its flagship benefit reform, but is the policy here to stay unchanged?
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General Election: The morning after the night before
By David Bicknell
The comparative clarity of David Cameron's electoral victory is likely to mean a swifter return to the machinery of government
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General Election: Decision time
By David Bicknell
The aftermath of individual decisions made in the polling booth up to 10.00 tonight will set the agenda for the public sector for the next few months - or the next five years
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General Election: Getting party political with open data
By Neil Merrett
With a week to go, the Open Data Institute has provided a view on how the next government can expand and broaden support for open data – cutting costs in the process
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