Tax agency’s head says department believes it will recoup just 40p in the pound of money lost in delivery of furlough and other support schemes
Criminal justice and mental health: Report identifies ‘broken’ system of data-sharing between agencies
Study warned that the impact of mental illness is being ‘missed at every stage’ of the criminal...
Audio and video widely used, government stats reveal
Improperly redacted contract included names and mobile phone numbers – which remained publicly available four days after department had been notified of breach
National procurement unit to set up £5m framework
Airline slapped with record penalty by ICO – albeit one that is grossly reduced on the regulator’s original intention
Ministry picks Automation Logic for deal related to ‘modernisation platform’
Users report being sent 'penalty charge emails'
Work began six months ago but more than 3,500 prisoners still lack access to remote visits
Watchdog makes 139 recommendations after identifying numerous lapses
Three forces seek service that would allow officers to access a live feed from a device owned by a member of the public
Minister claims both general and law-enforcement data will be able to flow regardless of outcome of adequacy decision
Government claims it has met demands for full judge-led inquiry but critics remain unconvinced
Department’s annual report shows, for the first time in many years, documents or data lost from a secure government building had to be reported to the ICO. PublicTechnology finds out more.
Increased use of technology is among ‘basket of measures’ considered to clear case backlog
Force floats procurement opportunity
The spread of online misinformation during the Covid-19 pandemic has exacerbated a public health crisis. PublicTechnology digs into a recent parliamentary inquiry to find out more about the response from social media companies and government
Public Health Wales says leak that affected more than 18,000 people to have tested positive was attributable to ‘human error’
Government needs to begin working with citizens and industry to address the risks created by the use of new technology, according to Jessica Morley and Luciano Floridi of the Oxford Internet Institute
Chief executive Jim Harra claims department will target fraudsters
Roger Taylor tells select committee that government repeatedly overlooked regulator’s guidance
Rollout to recommence this month
Humza Yousaf praises response of the Scottish justice system