New system will enable agency and online platforms to fulfil respective obligations outlined in...
Digital secretary says there is a ‘burning need’ for governments to take a greater role in regulating the online world
Option can only be used for essential goods
Small-scale testing began in October
Privacy campaigners have hailed a major victory as a judgement declares the use of general warrants unlawful. PublicTechnology takes a closer look.
Public Accounts Committee points to need for more funding and legislative changes
November stats show another spike in call-waiting times and new struggles with answering online and postal queries
Success rate of 7% compares with 3% for state-educated applicants
Education secretary also announces that schools must deliver at least three hours of online teaching a day
Guidance clarifies that those without access to devices will be considered ‘vulnerable’
Sir Ian Diamond discusses the use of data during the pandemic, and how the ONS will balance this ongoing work with the demands of the national census next year
PublicTechnology completes our round-up of the most read and significant stories of 2020
PublicTechnology editor Sam Trendall picks out the big issues that might shape the year ahead. Apart from that one.
Ofqual data shows almost 28,000 challenges were made
This year saw public protests about the use of predictive analytics in decision-making. As the technology becomes more widely used in many public services, PublicTechnology asks experts about the implications for government, the law – and the citizens affected
Ofcom will have power to penalise sites that fail to remove harmful content
Sellafield Ltd donates 500 machines to schools after ‘a quick clean down’
Recently created Digital Markets Unit has a remit to enforce code on Google and Facebook
Regulator picks out five major barriers to remote assessment
Head of PCS union says that seeming drop in instances of bullying does ‘not reflect the sad reality’
Accenture wins two more contracts totalling £5m-plus
Users are encouraged to use online platform, but DHSC insists other methods can be used