Anti-terror finance watchdog taps ‘advanced data analysis’

Office for Financial Sanctions Implementation – whose remit is to clamp down on funding for

Government starts work on digital registration regime for holiday lets

Those using sites like Airbnb to list properties for short stays will be required to

Ministers cite necessary ‘trade-offs’ of HMRC tax digitisation

Ministers have rebuffed criticism from a parliamentary committee that recently expressed concerns a lack of

Bidding opens on £7.5bn G-Cloud 14

As with the incumbent version, the new iteration of flagship cloud contract will feature a

Integrated Data Service: Twenty projects up and running on new data-sharing platform

Migration of hundreds of projects will accelerate as ‘improved data integration and cross sector collaboration…

Government-backed high-tech weather centre to set up shop in Reading

The Berkshire town’s university has been picked as the site for a new facility intended

NHS delays £350m GP IT framework after legal challenge

Health service indicates that, following a claim against the process, there will be a delay

Research finds HMRC must ‘improve current services before taking digital-by-default approach’

Tax agency publishes response to recent consultation process, in which it ‘acknowledges the clear feedback

Union backs call for Whitehall scheme to recruit experienced STEM professionals

Government’s chief scientist Angela McLean recently told a parliamentary committee that departments would benefit from

DWP signs £1m software deals to map and monitor risk across hundreds of suppliers

Department invests in specialist technology that will enable officials to monitor 600 firms across scores

HMRC talks up techie buildings after union voices office-capacity fears

After claims that new 60-40 rules could mean some officials are left without a desk,

Ministers ask biggest regulators to set out ‘strategic approach to AI’

ICO, CMA, Bank of England, Ofgem and nine more have been asked for detail on

Cabinet Office signs £4m deal to deliver new government-wide Data Marketplace

Department will deploy technology from specialist agritech firm to help create new centralised platform enabling

‘Worrying overreach’ – a new name, but ministers bat off familiar questions over anti-disinformation unit

After reports it had monitored citizens’ posts criticising government, the Counter Disinformation Unit has been

Cabinet Office and Treasury urged to do more to boost departmental collaboration

The Public Accounts Committee has called for financial and data levers to be pulled to

NS&I signs £170m IBM deal to create mobile banking app and reach ‘endpoint of digital trajectory’

The state-owned savings bank wishes to complete its journey to becoming a fully online retail

Government annual managed service spend more than doubles in two years to £7.4bn

Study published by the Department for Science, Innovation and Technology finds that public sector bodies

Edinburgh student start-up trials takeaway robots

Pilot of Pixconvey technology will allow fellow students to order food from café, which can
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