GovTech journalists you need to follow
Twitter is always a buzz with public sector tech news stories, but how do suppliers know who to follow?
Here’s a list of a few of the top GovTech journalists and reporters to get to know!
David Bicknell – Government Computing
David is the editor of Government Computing. He writes about all aspects of public sector ICT.
Derek du Preez – Diginomica Government
Derek writes about a variety of tech issues including private and public sector. (Also a personal fave on twitter).
Gary Flood – Diginomica Gov & THINK Digital Partners
Gary writes for diginomica government, but he is also the editor at THINK Digital Partners.
Lis Evensted – Computer Weekly
Lis is the Management Editor at Computer Weekly and she has an interest in health. Before going to Computer Weekly she wrote for Digital Health.
Caroline Donnelly – Computer Weekly
Caroline, like Lis also writes for Computer Weekly and is the datacentre editor of the publication.
Mark Say – UKAuthority
Mark is the managing editor of UKAuthority. UKAuthority writes on a range of technical, policy and governance issues around the use of digital and tech in public services.
Hannah Crouch – Digital Health
Hannah is a reporter for Digital Health and covers a wide range of health tech stories.
Sam Trendall – PublicTechnology
Sam typically covers the news and analysis of public sector technology.
Tom Wright – CRN
Tom is a senior reporter for CRN, and often writes about G-Cloud among other things!
Martin Veitch – IDG Connect
Martin is a freelance writer as well as the contributing editor at IDG Connect.
Mark Chillingworth – Horizon CIO Network
Mark is the editor of Horizon CIO Network. He also moderates and curates the events and podcasts. Well worth checking those out as well!
Edward Qualtrough – CIO UK
Edward has an interest in covering digital strategy, leadership, enterprise culture, and diversity.
Bryan Glick – Computer Weekly
Another Computer Weekly goody, Bryan is the editor in chief at Computer Weekly. Having been a technology journalist since 2000, he knows what he is talking about!
This list is by no means definitive but, it is a good jumping off point and a great way to dip your toe into the public sector tech waters.
If you want to broaden your horizons past journalists and to individual influencers, check out The #UKGovTech power 250 list. Each week The #UKGovTech Power 250 recognises the most inspiring social media accounts.