Authority believes seven-year contract will save £45m
CCS renews Oracle software licensing deal first signed in 2012, but is quiet on savings
Cabinet Office minister voices support for GaaP, but is quiet on future digital plans
The news follows the announcement that head of the GDS, Mike Bracken, has stepped down
Chris Chant praises Mike Bracken and is adamant GDS will continue to push digital change in government
Intel backs the US challenge to China's supercomputer dominance, but is the project doomed before it starts?
Deals exceed Cabinet Office £100m contract red lines but could change tech for 200,000 users
GDS 'must launch a public awareness campaign to get more users for its identity assurance platform'
Parliamentary committee to examine how Whitehall could better serve entrepreneurs in world of Big Data
The prototype Government-as-a-Platform service will let you pay from your tablet or smartphone
Government mindset around technology must change, but GaaP won't create substantial savings 'for years'
New network principles designed to improve mobile working
Baroness of Soho will develop proposals on improving digital adoption for NHS users
Research also shows age divide between drone supporters and those with concerns
Katherine Archuleta steps down to help department tackle data crisis
Networking giant aims to spur IoT innovation and boost STEM skills
George Osborne's budget will boost apprenticeships, but not broadband
Cyber criminals hack spy tool vendor to 'show it sold products to UN-embargoed Sudan'
Privacy watchdog is having greater success issuing fines for data breaches
EU to abolish international roaming and establishes net neutrality regulations