Breach saw publication of home addresses of award-recipients including Elton John and the...
Head of spending watchdog: ‘The need to act fast did not give licence to act fast and loose on procurement’
PAC chair says that MPs on the committee will continue to challenge government on its award of contracts
Football grounds among venues not to impose demand for status evidence as users report issues accessing their vaccination record
Government making ‘technical assessment to ensure high standards of data protection’ in UK-US transfers
Minister says countries are ‘engaging positively’ on planned adequacy arrangement
Minister wants to develop tech to ensure collection of rape victims’ digital data is ‘not intrusive’
Initiative aims to explore use of technology to limit data extracted during investigations
Chief auditor: fragile technology limiting police service and jeopardising public safety
Scheme aims to transform family and tribunal services
Following a government ‘data-matching exercise’ recipients of a recent government mail-out were warned they could be stripped of rights and payments – despite already holding settled status. PublicTechnology investigates.
Job advertisements specify “two-to-three days a week” in the office for London and Darlington roles
As our movements increasingly depend on using our smartphones to demonstrate status, we need to ensure technology is secure, according to Dr Sarah Morris, of Cranfield University.
Government signals intent for more-business friendly environment as it plans partnerships with the likes of the US, Colombia, India and Kenya
Government chooses preferred candidate to replace Elizabeth Denham
User of encrypted messaging service sentenced to 10 years in prison
Government-run competition seeks to combat possible exposure caused by legacy systems
Newly created post will support the creation of a technology strategy for UKSV
Investigation by PoliticsHome finds Telegram anti-vaccine groups purporting to purvey fake digital and hard-copy certification
Senior officers and government officials attend demonstration of flying humans
Having hitherto steadfastly maintained its opposition to issuing physical documents to recipients of EU settled status, the Home Office recently met with campaigners to listen to new proposals. PublicTechnology finds out more.
David Currie explains that there is an ‘arms race’ between web platforms and criminals that are equally sophisticated
Disputed graphic shared by deputy first minister reported to UK national statistician
Government opens consultation on new ‘pro-competition’ regime
Government wants to replace ageing paper processes