Julia Lopez, the minister responsible for GDS and CDDO, has moved departments – but the digital divisions may now receive more attention from the top of the Cabinet Office
A total of 134,000 people were underpaid by DWP, with complex rules and a widespread need for manual reviews pegged by auditors as a main cause
Football matches and other gatherings will not be asked to check every single visitor
Email blunder ‘needlessly put lives at risk’ according to shadow defence secretary
New procurement vehicle for limited number of suppliers will sit alongside long-standing Digital Outcomes and Specialists
Expert panel intends to implement standards and increase confidence in use of technology
Reforms will also encompass provisional licences and MOT documents
New senior-management role comes with a remit to lead county ‘in a new evolutionary direction’
Citizens will also be invited to submit ideas for ‘reducing or eliminating regulation’
Departmental analysis shows rate rose from 5% to 5.2% in 2019/20
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.
Today was supposed to mark the commencement of data-gathering for the controversial GPDPR scheme – but plans are now on hold. PublicTechnology recaps the story so far.
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.
The EU may have granted its former member state adequacy, but there will be many more issues to resolve in the coming years
PublicTechnology catches up with Richard Meeus from Akamai to discuss how the events of the past year have changed not only how organisations work, but how they protect their workforce
Public and private sector entities support the work of Scottish Business Resilience Centre in protecting organisations across the country from cyberthreats. CEO Jude McCorry tells PublicTechnology about a busy year.
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.
The secrecy and shame associated with cyber incidents needs to be rethought, believes PublicTechnology editor Sam Trendall
The upcoming government plan should rethink the UK’s R&D system and use public procurement to support innovative companies, according to Neil Ross of techUK
Online platforms and the major public cloud firms have great – and growing – power. Authorities must now make sure this comes with the requisite responsibility, according to Simon Hansford of UKCloud
An annual survey from techUK shows that significant barriers remain for smaller firms wishing to supply government, according to Henry Rex
With the Online Safety Bill now published, former police superintendent Iain Donnelly writes for PublicTechnology on the challenges that need to be overcome in order to ensure the law’s efficacy