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DSIT appoints leader to oversee tech policy and programmes

Emran Mian, recruited from the levelling up department, will lead work in areas including the

HMRC IT spend tops £1.1bn in FY23 in drive to ‘modernise infrastructure’

Tax agency’s annual accounts reveal increase in tech investment and set a target to eliminate

Digital departmental staff transfer system could prevent 2,000 payroll errors a year

Deployment of cross-Whitehall platform is one of a number of ways the Government People Group

MPs blast Home Office as being ‘disconnected from reality’ on Emergency Services Network

The department cannot say when the multibillion pound platform will finally be ready or how

‘Disparity in investment over two decades’ has created uneven digital maturity across NHS, minister says

Minister with oversight of health service data and tech says that government plan to invest

DVSA explores driving simulator for trainee examiners

Agency believes that use of technology could enable training to be offered ‘in a no

Annual Whitehall report shows high turnover – and high salaries – for senior digital, data and technology officials

The new yearly analysis from ministers’ advisory body reveals that – despite pay packets on

Data doyen sought for £150k role as head of Office for Local Government

The Department for Levelling Up, Housing and Communities has launched the recruitment process to find

Emergency alerts system: MPs to grill Cabinet Office over failure rate and lack of information on process

Members of Parliament’s Public Administration and Constitutional Affairs Committee are to quiz senior officials after

HMRC urges citizens to download app as tax credits deadline nears

Department reveals that close to 30,000 people have already renewed using the mobile application as

Ofcom requires £113m extra investment and 100 new staff to deliver online safety regulation

Watchdog has recruited 350 workers to support role as UK’s internet safety regulator but law

DWP commits £70m to algorithms and analytics to tackle benefit fraud

Department’s accounts reveal that, after initial use to assess claims for UC advances, machine learning

Government offers £160k for chief data officer

Cabinet Office set to fill position first trailed in 2017 transformation strategy, with successful candidate

Government signs off first data adequacy agreement to share police information

Home Office announces that UK law enforcement has regained the ability to share information more

DfE garlanded for school attendance data collection

Statistics professionals at the Department for Education have been recognised for the impact of their

DWP explores expansion of videocall options for citizen services

Department publishes early stage commercial notice seeking supplier input and outlining its intent to examine

Online pleas for minor offences top one million

As part of wider reform programme, digitisation initiative was implemented six years ago and justice

Government study sheds light on departmental data-sharing difficulties

About two thirds of officials responding to a survey conducted by the Cabinet Office and
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