‘Seamless journey for customers’ – DWP signs £1.4m deal to progress data-categorisation platform

The Department for Work and Pensions has signed a contract lasting two years and covering

All 150,000 residents of Dumfries and Galloway warned to assume data loss in NHS cyberattack

Following a ransomware assault in February, patient data from NHS Dumfries and Galloway has been

HMRC and Cabinet Office spend £100m on Microsoft licensing deals

Two major Whitehall departments have awarded major contracts for the provision of technology from the

Facebook agrees to pause training of AI models on user data after ICO concerns

The Information Commissioner’s Office has been one of several European regulators to have engaged with

NHS Scotland targets waiting lists with SMS ‘validation’

The health service north of the border is to send text messages to those waiting

Buying group plans £3bn ‘Alpha G-Cloud’ framework as alternative to CCS deal

YPO, working with fellow procurement organisation NEPO, is to establish a buyer vehicle to support

DWP explores management options for thousands of mobile devices

Department brings in external consultants to test and examine the capabilities of a range of

Scottish Horizon victims exonerated en masse by new law

Following similar measures implemented across England and Wales in March, legislators north of the border

GOV.UK rolls out Google AI-powered semantic search

For the last few months, visitors using the search functionality of government’s website have been

Election: Green Party pledges ‘Digital Bill of Rights’

The party’s manifesto outlines policy proposals for greater regulation of social media firms and artificial
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Centre for Police Productivity seeks leader to drive forces’ use of tech and data

Due to be established this autumn following a review commissioned by government, the College of

Government rolls out real-time big-data tool to ‘map global supply chains and proactively mitigate risks’

Department of Business and Trade signs £300k deal with specialist firm to implement supply data

NHS ‘technological foundations’ are in place for revolution, says chief exec

The leader of NHS England, Amanda Pritchard, tells event that the health service’s use of

Home Office sets 2024 delivery date for much-delayed immigration casework system

Completed delivery of Atlas – which will replace the Case Information Database, first implemented in

NHS services in Cornwall and Scilly remain ‘under pressure’ after outage

Hospitals and primary care provision were impacted by network problems this week – which were

MoD signs £9m deal to expand AI and automation

The ministry – which established its Automation Garage about five years ago – is to

Home Office plots £10m project to exit core police datacentre

Government-owned Hendon Data Centre – located alongside the Met’s training facility – is home to

Office for Veterans’ Affairs seeks leader for ‘innovative digital and data work’

The Cabinet Office unit dedicated to better supporting the UK’s two million former military personnel
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