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NHS signs £10m deal to support rollout of Palantir data platform

The health service has awarded a contract to KPMG to support the rollout of the

Police data requests in rape cases ‘problematic in proportionality and focused on perceived victim credibility’

Home Office report finds that many requests for external data lack the necessary rationale and

GOV.UK users can be ‘lost and overwhelmed’, report finds

Parliament’s Culture, Media and Sport Committee has claimed that GDS needs to make some overdue

Cabinet Office signs deal for centralised triaging of hundreds of government’s online vulnerabilities

Using a service newly established in government, almost 1,000 reports of security weaknesses in government

Labour’s NHS plan promises ‘tech entrepreneurs and AI in every hospital’

Shadow health secretary Wes Streeting has unveiled proposals to digitise the ‘red book’ children’s health

NHS patients in Dumfries and Galloway urged to look out for cyber extortion after data breach

The health board representing the south western region of Scotland was last month hit by

Network Rail to deploy AI-powered ‘crowd monitoring’ at Waterloo station

Automated security technology has been trialled at various transport hubs in recent years, having been

DWP picks £40m reseller partner as single route to ‘low-value software purchases’

Department for Work and Pensions becomes the latest government agency to award an aggregated deal

National Archives appoints new chief to lead organisation into ‘digital age’

UK’s public archiving organisation has announced its Cambridge University alumnus and former BBC TV producer

MoD plots £200m IT engagement to provide ‘significant advantages in modern warfighting’

The ministry is looking to engage with suppliers ahead of launching a potential procurement exercise

GP surgeries have six months to offer online registration

GPs across England have until October to ensure they have adopted a national NHS service

Cabinet Office evaluates efficacy of graduate scheme

Department has signed a contract with external advisors after recently being awarded funding to run

Spending watchdog sounds warning on government’s ‘severe shortages’ of digital skills and ‘unsustainable’ legacy IT

The annual report from the Public Accounts Committee chair cites the lack of technical expertise

Post Office seeks four tech suppliers for new £75m Horizon-replacement framework

The organisation is seeking bids for a new dedicated buying arrangement to enable it to

ONS staff back strike action over office-working demand

After a ballot of 600 civil servants, workers at the Office for National Statistics have

Defra offers £75k for ‘unique’ role leading cross-government sustainable IT plans

Environment department is advertising a senior position to help drive the sustainability of its IT

MPs take HMRC to task on ‘governance and accountability’ of Making Tax Digital

Parliament’s Public Accounts Committee has written to the tax agency’s leadership and taken issue with

Parliament pushes DWP for info on impact of AI on benefit claims

The head of the Public Accounts Committee pushes back on the department’s claim that fraudsters
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