Specialist supplier will support in searching – and then attempting to take advantage of – ‘vulnerabilities and exploitable information’
Tax agency raised £83m more than expected during 2021 fiscal year
Post comes with £70,000-plus salary and responsibility for data protection
Chair of UKSA Robert Chote responds to concerns raised about update posted by department’s Twitter account
Ministry claims that MoU is a first-of-its-kind deal
Citizens invited to submit responses
Contact-centre workers have previously been offered a 3.25% raise by Hinduja Global Solutions
Commissioner claims that fining public bodies simply creates a ‘money-go-round’
Leader sought for newly established unit
Julie Lennard tells MPs ‘everything has been designed’ to operate onsite
EXCL: Government warned of ‘serious risk’ to services as UKCloud customers hit with sevenfold price increase
Customers that cannot pay fees seven times higher than contracted price face a race against time to migrate data from collapsed £40m public sector hosting firm. PublicTechnology investigates.
The DWP has revealed it is using artificial intelligence to help detect fraud. But, as PublicTechnology discovers, some are concerned that it needs to reveal a lot more about how it does so.
Members of the Caribbean Community are working through an action plan to harmonise laws, increase investigative skills and broaden international cooperation. PublicTechnology finds out more.
As work continues on the imminent switch-off of the UK’s 30-year-old customs IT platform, many of its users believed that issues with government internal systems meant that they too were facing imminent closure. PublicTechnology investigates.
‘These are fundamental to empowering individuals’ – ICO takes action against departments and councils over data requests
Ministry of Defence and Home Office are among those reprimanded over major backlogs that caused ‘significant distress’ to individuals. PublicTechnology finds out more.
Department for Education’s Sanctuary Buildings saw occupancy double after Jacob Rees-Mogg’s letter in mid-April
In light of plans to overhaul USA.gov, YuJune Park of Parsons School of Design explains the revamp must put citizens first
Various vulnerable groups are among those at risk of lacking the connectivity or skills to engage with public services, according to Graham Cutting of Cantium
A pipeline of both technical and commercial skills, and proper consideration of the ethical implications is needed to ensure organisations are not left behind, according to Laura Foster of techUK
Data analytics is key to ensuring that students continue to progress throughout their studies, according to Helen Higson of Aston Business School
The government’s upcoming review should consider ways to increase the country’s computing capacity, believes Laura Foster of techUK
SMEs and other providers should embrace the new mandates for IT firms to demonstrate social value, according to Alex Jackson of dxw