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Scottish Government policy plan sets out local transformation ambitions

Holyrood’s Programme for Government sets reducing poverty, economic growth, climate change, and high-quality public services

Government expects sixfold increase to take value of bumper Tech Services framework to £12bn

Supplier input is being sought for the incoming fourth version of the cross-public sector procurement

Anti-fraud officials ‘lack credibility and authority’ with senior managers, MPs warn

A new report from parliament’s Public Accounts Committee finds that those charged with tackling fraud

Report finds digital divide in healthcare provision

Many countries across Europe and Asia lack a plan for boosting digital health literacy, study

UKHO reports rise in costs of digital transformation 

Ministry of Defence unit that produces Admiralty nautical charts warns of cyber risks Spending on

Land Registry chooses process automation for simple changes

Decision follows the experience in New Zealand, where 87% of cases are handled automatically and

Harry the HR chatbot: DLUHC innovation team creates time-saving tech

New innovation squad is a cross-discipline team and delivered results in six weeks A newly

Scottish Government renews £75m desktop contract with HP 

 Supplier had won an equivalent contract in 2019 and was the only bidder for the

Build trust by dropping ‘agile’ jargon, says DfE technologist 

Pete Ward, head of department's teaching services, on working with cross-government teams

Home Office recruits 13 senior technology roles  

Hiring drive for roles in grades 6 and 7 with salaries up to £80,520, depending

LockBit reaches Ministry of Defence after cyber attack on supplier

The ransomware group has stolen thousands of Ministry of Defence papers and uploaded them to

Northern Ireland police chief resigns following data breach

Court decision on disciplinary action over two officers preceded Simon Byrne’s resignation, with earlier mistaken

Government should discourage use of Chinese surveillance technology, report says

Commons foreign affairs committee warns the UK is over-reliant on Chinese technology designed for authoritarian

DfT to spend £37m on real-time bus data service

Department has announced a new competition to manage open timetable, fare and location data on

Vetting unit to secure digital transformation director 

Cabinet Office’s UKSV looks to recruit leader to help redesign the way the unit works

Avoid fragmenting biometrics governance, says outgoing commissioner

Regulating biometric technologies should be wary of cloud-based storage and data breaches
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Home Office explores facial recognition technologies for police

Potential suppliers are asked to submit information about technology maturity and applications

Don’t use BCC to email sensitive information, ICO warns

The Information Commissioner’s Office has released updated guidance on email security
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