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 2014
- 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
- The New World of Government Work. Transforming the Business of Government with the Power of Information Technology (PDF), Microsoft Public Services and eGovernment Strategy: Discussion Paper Series, March 2006. Written with Marie Johnson, Kim Nelson, Gilles Polin, Gabe Rijpma and Pascal Stolz
- “Beyond the blame game“, Computer Weekly, November 2005
- “Risks of poor design means huge potential security problems“, The Scotsman, 19 October 2005
- “Whitehall’s new agenda”. Government Computing, July-August, 1999
- “LAN about the House”, IDPM Journal Vol 5 Issue 4, 1995
- “Appraising the impact and role of platform models and Government as a Platform (GaaP) in UK Government public service reform: towards a Platform Assessment Framework (PAF)” Brown, A., Fishenden, J., Thompson, M., Venters, W. Government Information Quarterly, available online 18 May 2017
- “Sounds of Time and Place“, Leonardo, Volume 50 Issue 1 February 2017, p.12-19
- “Measuring Brain Signals to Evaluate the Role of Creativity in Interceptive Human Movement”, Devanka Pathak, Hongji Yang, Tin-Kai Chen, Jerry Fishenden, Alison Lee, IEEE Symposium on Service-Oriented System Engineering (SOSE), 2016
- “‘London Streets’ app prototyping and the user experience“, International Journal of Creative Computing, Inderscience, 2016
- “Traces: Plankton on the Move”, Cynthia Beth Rubin, Susanne Menden-Deuer, Elizabeth Harvey, Jerry Fishenden. Leonardo, July 2013
- “Interactive Palimpsests”, IEEE ISCC, 2014
- “Human-Computer Interaction with Palimpsests” (PDF). Centre for Creative Computing, Bath Spa University. October 2013
- “Digital Government, Open Architecture, and Innovation: Why Public Sector IT Will Never Be The Same Again“, with Mark Thompson, Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory (JPART), September 6, 2012.
- “The Creativity-Innovation Elapse (CIE): Creative Innovation, Technological Acceleration and Economic Growth“, with Andrew Hugill, Centre for Creative Computing, Bath Spa University, October 2011
- “Interactive Computer Visualisations of Time and Place”, Proceedings of the 2011 Theory and Practice of Computer Graphics, (pp. 69-70), 2011
- “Palimpsests of Time and Place”, with Andrew Hugill, COMPSAC, IEEE 35th Annual Computer Software and Applications Conference, (pp. 336-345), 2011
- “eID: Identity Management in an Online World“, Proceedings of the 5th European Conference on e-Government (ECEG 2005), 2005
- “Managing intranets to improve business process“, Aslib Proceedings, April 1997 (Publication of a paper from the Aslib conference of 26th and 27th September 1996)
- 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.
- Oral Evidence on Part 5 of the Digital Economy Bill, October 2016.
- Written Evidence on Part 5 of the Digital Economy Bill: “Digital Government” (PDF), October 2016.
- “Government and IT – ‘A Recipe For Rip-Offs’: Time For A New Approach” (PDF), House of Commons Public Administration Committee, Twelfth Report, July 2011 (Specialist Adviser)
- Oral Evidence to the House of Lords Select Committee on Science and Technology, January 2007 [whilst National Technology Officer for Microsoft UK]
- Written Memorandum to the House of Lords Select Committee on Science and Technology, January 2007 [whilst National Technology Officer for Microsoft UK]
- First Report from the Information Committee, Session 1993–94: The Provision of a Parliamentary Data and Video Network HMSO HC237 [whilst Network Planning Officer / Officer of the House of Commons]