Chris Howes on his learnings from COP27 and how we need to think differently about sustainable Information and Communications Technology (ICT).
This year has been a transformative period for sustainable ICT, and the publication this week of the 2021-22 Greening Government ICT report marks the latest milestone on our important journey.
Malcolm McKee shares his thoughts about visible leadership, the future of CTOs like him, and the benefits of volunteering.
Defra Chief Digital and Information Officer Chris Howes looks ahead to COP27 and sets out the benefits of the new Government Digital Sustainability Alliance charter.
In National Marine Week, we hear from Jocelyn Henderson and Stace Oliver about their work to develop a new digital service that enables fish and shellfish caught by UK flagged vessels to be exported.
Even in the world of Digital transformation the work of the Future Farming and Countryside Programme’s Strategic Payments Service team (SPS) is obscure. As is often the case with these things, small obscure cogs can turn large machines, as Dr Morgan Di Rodi, Programme Delivery Manager, explains.
It’s only been 12 months since we last produced our annual emerging technology radar, but already there have been seismic business challenges emerging, and the very rapid evolution of transformative digital technologies.
In ‘Pride’ month, Enterprise Architect Hannah Radley shares her experience of coming out, of dealing with abuse, and explains why she continues to campaign for gay rights.
Technology Innovation Consultant Marcus Melton shares his thoughts on how emerging technologies are explored in Defra, and why it is important we continue to test innovative solutions across the department.
Anne Kemp, a Business Support Officer within our Group Infrastructure Operations team, shares her experiences of being dyslexic in Defra.