Food Standards Agency Director of Openness, Data and Digital - Using data to improve the nation’s health
A data focus is preventing poor quality food entering the UK food chain, Julie Pierce tells diginomica/government
The Capacity Tracker tool aims to provide health and social care staff insight into the availability of care home vacancies, hopefully saving time and space.
U.S. lawmakers have introduced a bill to require companies to monitor and fix flawed computer algorithms that result in inaccurate, unfair, biased or discriminatory decisions. It may not pass in today’s gridlocked political environment but it will be back.
‘The benefits of technology speak for themselves – giving teachers back time and enabling more engaging and inclusive lessons,’ says a Neath school that has been using in-class tablets and other IT since its 2016 opening
How universal docking is allowing all 4,000 members of Staffordshire County Council’s workforce to work in new ways
NHSX is the new central digital unit for the National Health Service (NHS) and aims to mandate standards from the centre.
Government urges all education providers to move to the cloud - announces ‘Education Technology Strategy’
The Department for Education has produced a number of guides aimed at helping education providers improve their use of technology.
The British Heart Foundation aims to raise half a billion pounds to fight circulatory diseases by 2020 - and says moving to cloud will be a big factor in getting there
Think Tank Reform has issued a number of recommendations for Whitehall to improve its outsourcing and procurement practices, including better guidance on ‘make or buy’ decisions.