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Surrey seeks director of customer, digital and change

County council – which serves 1.2 million people, one of the largest populations of any

Cancelled appointments top 6,000 but NHS claims most services now ‘near normal’ after cyberattack

In the first four weeks following the attack on pathology provider Synnovis, postponed procedures have

GDS names Christine Bellamy as new chief executive

Following the recent departure of Tom Read, the Government Digital Service has confirmed the former

UPDATED: GDS and CDDO to move from Cabinet Office to DSIT

The new Labour government has acted swiftly to reveal plans to expand DSIT to encompass

Government Property Agency seeks £10m partner for GovPrint Cloud service

As part of a plan to deploy interoperable printing options for use across government departments,

Deputy PM reopens refused bids for major datacentres in home counties

New levelling up secretary Angela Rayner – with the support of chancellor Rachel Reeves –

Scottish Government seeks transformation chief to address ‘systems and processes no longer fit for the journey ahead’

Role sits within dedicated Corporate Transformation and Workplace Directorate and comes with remit to understand

NHS Blood and Transplant plots £40m omni-channel contact centre

Health service body responsible for interacting with almost 30 million registered organ donors and 800,000

Home Office small boats command plans mobile ad hoc network for use across English Channel

A Border Force unit established last year to bring together hundreds of officials in one

Police Digital Service pair arrested for fraud, bribery and misconduct

Both the specialist policing tech unit, which is collectively owned by forces across the country,

UK Health Security Agency signs £50m AWS deal

Public health body, which operates as an agency of the DHSC, has this week signed

Former McKinsey CIO Mike Wright joins DBS boardroom

The Disclosure and Barring Service has named two representatives to its management set up, including

Labour cool on return to Whitehall homeworking, reports suggest

As the country goes to the ballot box today, it has been reported that senior

NHS data in cyber breach includes names and test details as patients warned recovery ‘will take some time’

An update from the victim of the ransomware assault perpetrated by Russian outfit Qilin has

DWP extends £10m digital deal to support Find a Job service

The Department for Work and Pensions has worked with specialist firm Adzuna to deliver government’s

MoJ seeks leader to help ‘maximise impact’ of government digital pay scale

The ministry was an ‘early adopter’ of the government’s digital pay framework and, in the

Home Office reveals progress on police ‘national facial-matching service’

As part of a major biometrics tech programme, the department is working on the delivery
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