Home Office retains blanket ban on data disposal

All-encompassing embargo on destruction of files is no longer needed, but policy will remain in

Military crime unit deploys software for ‘urgent investigations’ after Afghanistan inquiry hears of civilian murders and cover-up

To support military justice teams’ response to ongoing independent probe, Ministry of Defence directly awards

National Archives offers £145k salary for CEO to deliver ‘near-contemporary digital records at scale’

National record keeping agency opens recruitment for a new leader to oversee its ongoing transformation

‘A threat to our fundamental freedoms’ – MPs and peers voice opposition to live facial recognition

Large group of parliamentarians calls for all police forces and private companies to immediately stop
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‘Not good enough’ – government declines to create new digital exclusion unit and strategy

With almost 10 years elapsed since ministers last set out a dedicated plan, a parliamentary

GDS leads audit of GOV.UK content after MPs flag ‘racist language’ in departmental documents

Cabinet Office unit had been tasked with combing through government’s website to identify and help

EXCL: HMRC creating contingency plan in case technical issues prevent traders meeting March customs migration deadline

CHIEF system is scheduled to close on 30 March, but PublicTechnology understands department will establish

DSIT reveals £1m post-DCMS roadmap to move users’ IT from Google to Microsoft

Another department plans to switch software vendors as contract with consultancy comes into effect today

Corruption watchdog warns on ‘very weak’ transparency regime

The departing head of the Committee on Standards in Public Life has urged government to

UK Space Agency opens up satellite data to boost businesses

Government body unveils new multimillion-pound programme, which includes training and network and opportunities for UK

Home Office gauges ‘market appetite for taking on’ legacy police intel database

Department publishes notice outlining need to ‘ensure continuity’ of national system for sharing information on

CDDO seeks senior duo of experts to ‘help government use AI safely and effectively’

Central technology unit opens recruitment for two ‘lead technologists’ roles offering an annual pay pack

Report warns of IT issues and data gaps on Homes for Ukraine scheme

An assessment by the National Audit Office has praised the speed with which programme was

Minister tight-lipped on number of government cyberattacks and malware infections

Cabinet Office minister of state Baroness Lucy Neville-Rolfe declines to answer parliamentary requests for data

SNP creates online rebuttal unit to take aim at Scottish independence ‘disinformation’

Newly established team appears to be similar in operation to previous UK government initiatives intended

GDS reopening bidding for £80m Notify engagements and seeks network resilience for 1.5bn annual message requirement

Cabinet Office digital unit publishes early engagement notice outlining intent to appoint two providers, with

Government unveils £5m ‘Museums in the Metaverse’ project

Technology initiative led the University of Glasgow aims to allow visitors to access a greater

DWP-led £2.5bn shared services scheme taps consultants to ‘reduce bias and support realistic business case’

Synergy programme, which features Home Office, Defra and MoJ, signs deal with firm specialised in
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