Parliament signs off abolishment of technology unit and transfer of duties and data sets to...
Issue with Home Office database means tens of thousands could have erroneously received payments...
New browser login system is also being tested with support of Disclosure and Barring Service
Government Legal Department is investigating after names of civil servants were not removed from transparency documents
A new biometric code of practice will shortly be put before ministers for their approval
Officials will reportedly be asked to look over five years of posts to check there is no ‘potentially problematic material’
Government claims that only 1.2% of eligible recipients have so far taken advantage of social tariff
Lord Kirkhope claims costs of failing to maintain close ties with Europe will outweigh even the government’s claimed benefits of £11bn
The proportion of offences resulting in a formal charge increased slightly, but remains at barely more than one in every 50
Education secretary’s defence of Confucius hubs branded ‘unbelievably naive and frankly dangerous'
Labour claims Conservatives are operating as a ‘zombie government’ as 15 online feedback-gathering exercises have been left dormant since 2019 election
OSR chief says that department failed to uphold principles that public data should be ‘trustworthy, of high quality, and offer public value’
Labour party to introduce bill intended to increase transparency and accountability
Companies House cites digital transformation in decision not to reopen London office and service counters
Public counters across the UK are also to remain closed but government body indicates no jobs will be lost
Department brings in external support for missing or duplicate entries across Atlas and CID systems, both of which are in use
DIT claims the use of digital tools has helped with detecting fraudsters
Campaign led by Wealden MP results in closure of account with video-sharing platform
DCMS seeks £100k partner to help with technical design
Government body hires specialist firm to undertake review after report shows one in five workers claim they were bullied or harassed last year
Less than two months remain before outgoing CHIEF platform stops accepting import declarations
Defence contractor BAE Systems wins Home Office contract
Report from specialist Sortlist reveals rundown of organisations that are biggest advertising clients of Meta
Digital tool is intended to help companies set targets