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Government slammed for ongoing failure to release departments’ strategy plans

The Outcome Delivery Plan system was introduced two years and – theoretically – requires organisations

Cabinet Office preps plan for £50m project to update IT and switch from Google to Microsoft

Data released as part of annual assessment of the Government Major Projects Portfolio reveals that

Whole of Government accounts dogged by missing data and IT delays, NAO finds

Government’s spending watchdog flags up various challenges – including Treasury tech systems and gaps in

DVLA review looks to deliver digitisation

Government has announced that Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency will be assessed to help meet

GOV.UK One Login expected to cost £305m – and deliver £1.75bn benefits, data reveals

Annual study from government’s Infrastructure and Projects Authority paints positive picture of a programme that

Funding reluctance caused seven-year hitch for emergency alerts system

Senior Cabinet Office official tells committee of MPs that, following testing exercises for national alert

London mayor Khan backs seven tech firms in ‘poverty prevention challenge’

Competition run by local authority in the capital awards up to £50,000 each to companies

All cryptography investments to be covered by government tech spend controls

Updated fifth version of guidance reveals that the National Cyber Security Centre will take on

Leaders of major digital projects to be brought into anti-corruption regime

Changes to government’s transparency measures will mean that SROs for tech and reform schemes are

Defra to spend £43m this year on addressing ageing apps

Environment department also reveals plans to exit from three legacy datacentres this summer and halve

HMRC reveals £5m cost savings from chatbot use during pandemic

Conversational online text tools were able to direct many customers to the service or content

Downing Street automation unit becomes permanent Whitehall fixture

Cabinet Office minister has revealed that the Incubator for Automation and Innovation – which sits

Government digital function more than doubles cash savings in FY22 to £376m

Annual data reveals that best practice and smarter use of digital and IT provided an

Government warned of risks of letting AI firms influence policy

In light of a new report from the Ada Lovelace Institute, experts and shadow ministers

Civil service pay: Senior officials should be rewarded for productivity and delivery, minister says

Cabinet Office minister Jeremy Quin backs plans to expand the use of capability-based compensation –

MoJ invests in social listening tool to tap into ‘significant volumes of conversations that impact our reputation’

Ministry signs three-year deal for software that will enable officials to keep track of two

Procurement: Report calls on Cabinet Office to use data and controls to ensure competition

A new study from the National Audit Office urges department to do more to analyse

‘Part of the team’ – secondment scheme to bring workers from tech giants into government

Initiative to allow commercial sector representatives to spend time on loan to departments will be
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