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MPs lament ‘insufficient’ work on government data sharing

The Public Administration and Constitutional Affairs Committee has identified ‘significant data gaps’ in various policy

‘Technical fault’ with online system allowed 67 couples to divorce early

Affected couples have been alerted and offered support while judges review cases, as ministers acknowledge

DWP signs £3m project-management deal to support cloud migration

The Department for Work and Pensions has retained a specialist supplier to provide planning, oversight

Government-backed upgrade takes fibre broadband to Scottish towns and villages

Scottish Government is working alongside telecoms firm Openreach to supply regions across the country with

Four-day outage of HMRC and Defra data-sharing service caused ‘no significant border delays’, minister claims

A power issue with a datacentre used by the environment department led to ALVS service

MoJ progress trials of ‘human-in-the-loop generative AI’

The ministry is seeking to work with a specialist provider to help fulfil an exploratory

Cabinet Office clarifies ‘negotiated settlement’ over tech contract

The department’s chief had previously indicated that deal had been terminated for ‘non-performance’, but has

HS2 signs £230k IBM deal to help set security strategy

DfT body charged with overseeing rollout of new rail infrastructure has brought in the expertise

AI to be rolled out across NHS radiotherapy

The government has revealed that tech designed to review CT and MRI scans and help

HMRC signs £250m Capgemini deal to ‘run and change’ key tax platform

Department signs a potential five-year deal for support and replacement work for key systems including

Scottish national records data breached in NHS ransomware attack

Following a cyberattack on NHS Dumfries and Galloway, Scotland’s public archiving body has revealed that

EXCL: New government digital strategy chief Gill sets data sharing and system reform as priorities

Addressing delegates at the PublicTechnology Live conference, CDDO’s newly appointed chief strategy officer Gina Gill

Ministers hope new AI guidelines will set global cyber standard

A range of measures were unveiled at the NCSC’s annual CyberUK conference, including initiatives dedicated

One Login could help widen Irish claimants’ access to Universal Credit, DWP minister claims

Pensions minister claims that the DWP’s adoption of the new government sign in tool could

Home Office appoints £70m ‘technology delivery partner’ to support troubled ESN programme

Department signs long-term agreement with IT services heavyweight CGI, which will support various priority projects

‘Below standard’ – MPs receive apology over ongoing issues with parliamentary phone system

Parliamentary officials have acknowledged recent outages affecting handsets of MPs and peers, and offered reassurances

Customers spend 800 years on hold to HMRC, report finds

As HM Treasury commits £51m to boost capacity of the tax agency’s helplines, an NAO

MoD and MoJ spend £100m on Oracle deals

Two of government’s biggest and most high profile departments have signed major deals for the
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