Head of Oxford University DataLab and ‘Bad Science’ author to report findings in April
Former DWP chief security officer Claudia Natanson to chair new professional body
DHSC picks higher of Turing Institute’s two estimates of number of cases averted
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Report recommends changes to funding rules to help innovation centres collaborate with universities and industry
Defence Medical Services (DMS) is pursuing ground-breaking digital, data and technology transformation which will revolutionise Tri-Service healthcare provision to over 135,000 Armed Forces personnel.
Ofcom will be given additional powers under new legislation
Government closes OneWeb buyout
Prepayment cards will migrate to same back-office system as contactless payments
Sussex trust signs deal for new managed service and complete upgrade of all devices
Country will ‘play a key role’ in NASA-led project
Government makes £25m available for investment in technology
Tax agency says freshers could be even more vulnerable to scams as teaching moves online
Accessibility requirements aren’t restrictions that need to be overcome - they’re guidelines to improve online experiences for everyone, says Jadu VP Richard Friend
Business secretary Sharma issues ministerial direction after perm sec flags up ‘significant downside risks’ of acquisition of bankrupt firm
Ahead of technology- and data-led reforms, officials have been invited to vent their frustrations with how Whitehall works
Deal for Airbus technology follows £400m spent on acquiring OneWeb
Before entering bankruptcy OneWeb had been funded to the tune of $3.3bn with no revenues generated yet
Dominic Cummings’ ambitions realised as prime minister’s office seeks to recruit crack squad of data scientists for No. 10 skunkworks
The Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency has already done a great deal of work implementing technology across its operations. But digital chief Alex Fiddes tells PublicTechnology it has even bigger ambitions.
Government and industry make plea for spread of misinformation to cease