General media pieces
- Will the review of Gov.uk Verify fix the UK’s digital identity problems? Computer Weekly, October 2017
- Gov.uk Verify and identity assurance – it’s time for a rethink. Computer Weekly, May 2017
- Escaping waterfall government and the myth of ‘digital transformation’ Computer Weekly, March 2017
- Digital Economy Bill: About this data sharing plan… where are the safeguards? Ars Technica, 25 November 2016
- Whose personal data is it anyway? The Digital Economy Bill will move control of personal data away from citizens to the state. UK Authority, 17 November 2016
- CIO column. Some examples include:
- Making a success of digital government (Oct 2016)
- Trusting Brexit Britain (Sep 2016)
- Technology we can trust (Aug 2016)
- Technology’s role in the future economic and social wellbeing of the UK (July 2016)
- Rewiring Government for a Digitised World, IDG Connect, December 201
- November and December 2014: a series of extracts from our book, Digitizing Government, serialised in Computer Weekly:
- “A Tale of Two Countries: The Digital Disruption of Government“, with Marie Johnson, CAPAM (Commonwealth Association for Public Administration and Management), October 2014.
- “The great deverticalisation” series of articles written with Mark Thompson, Computer Weekly, January 2013 onwards
- “The implications of identity assurance for public services“, Computer Weekly, April 2012
- “One site to rule them all“, Holyrood, September 2011
- “Back to the future with government ID plans“, Computer Weekly, June 2011
- “Can the UK have its identity strategy back, Mr President?“, The Register, 17 November 2009
- “So what we do when ID Cards 1.0 finally dies?“, The Register, 19 June 2009
- “New models of security and privacy“, Financial Times, 12 Sept 2008
- “How technology can transform healthcare“, Health Service Journal, 9 April 2008
- “Beyond the blame game“, Computer Weekly, November 2005
- “Risks of poor design means huge potential security problems“, The Scotsman, 19 October 2005
- “LAN about the House”, IDPM Journal Vol 5 Issue 4, 1995
- Digitizing Government: Understanding and Implementing New Digital Business Models, with Alan Brown and Mark Thompson, 2014, Palgrave Macmillan.
- “Better for Less“, with Liam Maxwell and others, Network for the Post Bureaucratic Age, September 2010
- “Towards more healthy living”. In “Geographic Information 1991: The Yearbook of the Association of Geographic Information”, ed. J. Cadoux-Hudson and I. Heywood, 126-127. London: Taylor & Francis.
- “Traveller”. A winning play in the 1993 New London Radio Playwrights Festival. Originally broadcast on LBC Radio in 1993.
- “Baby Sitting Rachel”. A winning play in the 1993 New London Radio Playwrights Festival.
- “Tank Attack”. A winning play in the 1991 New London Radio Playwrights Festival. Originally broadcast on LBC Radio in 1991. (It subsequently received significant recognition at the world radio oscars in New York in 1992, winning a finalist award for Best Writing as part of a compilation.)
- “The Jazz Age”. Shortlisted in the 1990 New London Radio Playwrights Festival.