‘Reducing information by a quarter’ – HMRC plans to streamline customs declarations

After consultation reveals many traders and intermediaries find data provision ‘burdensome’, government response details plans

Johnson pegs 5,000 missing messages on WhatsApp ‘somehow automatically erasing things’

Former prime minister tells Covid Inquiry that lack of detail from messages sent during key

New chair of corruption watchdog looks to focus on AI

Former senior Army officer Doug Chalmers has been appointed to lead the Committee on Standards

Government Property Agency preps for rollout of new Whitehall-wide security-pass system

About 60,000 civil servants are already using new GovPass smart card system, as property unit

Hebridean council works on data recovery following cyberattack

Comhairle nan Eilean Siar on the island of Lewis continues investigative and remedial work after

NHS Scotland invests in online cognitive behavioural therapy software

NHS Scotland has signed a multimillion-pound deal for the provision of a digital tool through

CCS rethinks £400m electronics framework and ditches exclusive lots to encourage SMEs

Government procurement agency goes back to the drawing board for three-year deal covering a wide

MPs urge DWP to focus on service users as £1bn digitisation programme hits ‘critical juncture’

Members of the Public Accounts Committee have warned that the department’s Health Transformation Programme is

Home Office signs £400m AWS deal as new public sector-wide discount scheme takes effect

Department also signs £30m contract for Microsoft Azure as Crown Commercial Service reveals that second

Scotland progresses plans for national digital ticketing standards for public transport

National advisory body meets for the first time, with remit to advise ministers and work

Two fifths of officials considering leaving government over homeworking limits

Most survey respondents indicate that hybrid working has made them more productive, while many state

MoD research agency signs data-analysis deal ‘to ensure we do not recruit any form of activist’

The Defence Science and Technology Laboratory has signed a new £100k contract for specialist screening

HMRC seeks senior leader to ‘deliver AI ethics at scale’

Role comes with remit to develop and implement initiatives designed to ensure technology is used

Government backs self-driving cars with £150m funding

Cash will support work Centre for Connected and Autonomous Vehicles, which aims to support development

Dundee looks to ‘significantly increase’ use of chatbots and conversational AI

Scottish local authority seeks supplier to help support £150k plan to implement automated technology, which

MoJ’s adoption of digital pay framework has enabled £22m boost to salary offers

Annual report outlines the benefits of department’s use of dedicated pay structures for tech profession,

Privacy fears raised over digital pound proposals

MPs have voiced concerns following the publication of a report from campaign group Big Brother
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