Jerry Fishenden says Cabinet Office ministers have not been interested in the privacy group since Francis Maude's departure
Whitehall mandarins are desperate to get their IT powers back, claims Maude
Cabinet Office minister Matt Hancock announces group that will aim to reduce confusion for citizens and save the UK 'billions by 2020'
'The UK is a world leader in this sector,' said Minister for Trade Lord Maude
Bracken leaves after masterminding the extension of public services online and spearheading government's digital revolution
Phil Pavitt doesn't believe a CDO can run the IT of central government
'A modern equivalent to London's Victorian sewers' - Francis Maude hails importance of government digital reforms
Cabinet Office Minister tells TechUK that 'government-as-a-platform' digital services can revolutionise the public sector
Government knows more needs to be done to ensure UK citizens and businesses are protected against cyber crime
Government CTO claims multi-billion pound savings as a result of reforms in IT procurement and spending
Cabinet Office Minister tells Payments Council Cyber Security Conference that cooperation is the key to the fight against cyber crime
Figures released by Cabinet Office suggest citizens don't know what to do when they've been victims of cyber crime
Cabinet Office Minister says online public services should be the only option in order to improve efficiency and save money
ReSET4 programme will see Home Office move away from 'large end-to-end contracts'
Whitehall Monitor finds that government continues to splash cash with big IT suppliers despite promise to move to SMEs
Cabinet Office minister tells Public Sector Show that over half of sales are going to SMEs.
Francis Maude says switch will result in cost savings and better collaboration
Government has to adhere to 'red lines' in order for taxpayers to get better value for money
'There are still challenges but with the help of the Government Digital Service I am determined that the UK will be the G8's most digital government by next year'
Francis Maude pulls out GDS IT staff after disagreements between Department for Work and Pensions and Cabinet Office
Maude declines to comment on the Universal Credit debacle, but says GDS is involved in the long-term solution
Criticism of Obamacare and New Zealand's use of GOV.UK open source code proves that UK is a leader, claims Maude
183 suppliers in total that can secure contracts - 84 per cent of which are SMEs
Francis Maude praises SMEs for being vast majority of suppliers on government digital store
Science and Technology Committee voices doubts over £1.8bn annual savings target and personal data security measures