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Ex-NCSC head calls for criminalisation of ransomware payments

Ciaran Martin has urged the UK to take the lead and claimed that only ‘terrible

MoJ spend on tackling legacy tech more than doubles to £60m in FY23

Since 2021 the department has increased threefold the size of its dedicated fund for upgrading

AI to be ‘significant downward driver’ of Whitehall headcount, says deputy PM

Oliver Dowden has unveiled plans to invest more than £100m in the work of the

Home Office’s GPS migrant-monitoring broke law, ICO finds

Department claims it is ‘disappointed’ to receive an enforcement notice over a 16-month programme to

DWP invests in user testing tool to tap into ‘holistic insights’

Department signs deal with specialist technology firm that will provide a platform to enable Universal

Cabinet Office ‘tries to do too many things’, according to departing chief

Outgoing permanent secretary Alex Chisholm has told MPs – in possibly his last select committee

MPs issue warning over HMRC customer service

Public Accounts Committee has published a report claiming that service levels are at an ‘all

Scottish Government retains XMA for £100m device deal

Devolved administration has awarded the latest iteration of its longstanding framework covering the provision of

DWP consolidates eight Oracle support contracts into existing £50m engagement

The Department for Work and Pensions has brought together various deals under the umbrella of

Scottish Government sets up Silicon Valley start-up hub

Devolved administration’s incubator programme for burgeoning digital firms has established its first base in the

Auditors urge government to take long-term view on success of major projects

The National Audit Office has published a report calling on government to take a more

HMCTS aims to digitise ‘large percentage of adoption application’ despite suspending reform project

The courts service last year decided to pause work on adoption transformation to focus on

Public bodies take six months or more to recover from cyberattacks, research finds

Study from PublicTechnology sister publication Holyrood finds that about half of Scottish public bodies have

Ministers engage with big tech to tackle threat to democracy

The home secretary is currently visiting Silicon Valley to talk to Apple, Google and Meta,

Government to announce plan for mandatory transparency for departments’ algorithms

Minister reveals that plans are scheduled to be finalised and released publicly in the next

Tech policymakers to work with academia in new scheme

Manchester University has announced the first five fellows selected for a programme to enable policy

NHS Scotland upgrades data analytics

As part of a wider data strategy, the health service north of the border is

New tech spend guidelines demand ‘no automatic contract extensions’ but offer ‘earned autonomy’

New version of approval process will be a tied to a wide range of additional
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