Organisation building centralised team to help Whitehall manage the digital implications of leaving the EU while maintaining longer-term transformation goals
Home Office to bring together police and immigration biometrics schemes ahead of potential move to public cloud
Department seeks supplier to bring IDENT 1 and IABS programmes under single service-management...
Reform digital head on the potential AI backlash and why service design is ‘not just about the citizen’
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Department to replace enterprise resource planning system, business intelligence tool and payroll system with integrated cloud-based system called Metis
GovStart programme gives small companies the chance to learn from GDS leaders past and present and access part of £320bn global market
Alex Holmes announced that he is to become deputy director of cyber security at the department
University of Edinburgh one of two newcomers to scheme
Committee chairman asks to see contingency plans for replacement of existing customs programme as doubt is cast on readiness for Brexit
Lead service designer role offered at a salary of around £91,000
House of Lords told small-scale trial using blockchain technology to help benefits claimants manage spending had yielded ‘encouraging results’
The Scottish government will implement a “tough” assurance process for digital projects, mandate the use of common technologies and offer training to make sure civil servants “get digital”.
Survey shows lack of preparedness as data protection watchdog slaps £60,000 fine on Norfolk County Council
Councils should be in the “driving seat” of technological change, but need to rethink the role they play in their locality and invest in long-term planning, a report has said.
Public sector organisations have been told they still have to meet the common Public Sector Network assurance standards while work is carried out to move away from the network.
The National Cyber Security Centre has said that cyber attacks have reached a “scale and boldness not seen before” – and can only be tackled by a collaborative effort between government, industry and law enforcement agencies.
Budget 2017’s focus on innovation and technology welcomed, but industry calls for ambition to be matched by action
Tech companies have welcomed the focus on innovation and IT skills in yesterday’s Spring Budget, but called for the government to follow up its ambition with targeted actions.
The government has published its long-awaited Digital Strategy, which sets out plans to increase digital inclusion, data skills and industry links.
The government has been urged to focus on speeding up move to digital healthcare records amid accusations that the NHS covered up the loss of more than half a million pieces of confidential patient data over five years.
The government’s long-awaited Digital Strategy is expected to include £17m for artificial intelligence, a review of AI technologies and support for smart devices, cyber security and autonomous vehicles.
The UK’s National Cyber Security Centre has chosen Office 365 for its office productivity platform.
Global leaders have been urged to ensure that data protection and cyber security measures still encourage innovation in the tech sector, ahead of this year’s G20 summit.
There were 7.4 million people using a digital personal tax account by the end of 2016 – 400,000 more than its initial target – according to HMRC’s quarterly performance figures.
The UK’s National Cyber Security Centre has revealed how it built its new IT systems using an agile approach, saying that waterfall “was never going to bring this job in on time”.
HMRC is advertising for a director to lead its data strategy and help personalise customers’ interactions with services, as the tax authority reveals more details of its behavioural insights work.