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Scottish Government pressed over removal of surveillance cameras with alleged ‘back door’ vulnerability

MSPs have called on ministers to clarify whether tech from Chinese IT firm Hikvision is

Police Digital Service plots £30m IT system to manage forces’ serious crime and anti-terror ops

National framework will offer forces throughout the country access to tech platform to enable the

Law change will enable digital death registration, minister says

Legislation that is currently working its way through parliament will ensure permanence for remote processes

MoD signs £68m deal for IT service management

Ministry picks Capgemini to support to help management of various systems Picture credit: Mohamed Hassan/Pixabay  The

NHS offered £21m fund to invest in AI-powered diagnostic tools

Government also commits to rolling out automation across stroke networks within six months Credit: 3D Animation

Cabinet Office minister says office attendance should be ‘default’ – but others back homeworking benefits

Records show ministers at many departments support hybrid model, despite recent criticism from Cabinet Office

NHS launches ‘full investigation’ into 90-minute 999 outage

BT issues apology after primary system for handling emergency calls encountered problem Credit: Jon Hunt/Pixabay The

Government names resilience head to help harden departments to cyberthreat

Mary Jones will take charge of directorate committed to protecting critical infrastructure and biological security

HMRC and DWP to start using One Login within the next year

GDS sheds light on plans to continue rollout of government-wide system over the coming months

ESN delays have cost police £150m in Airwave devices and £5m a year for transition teams on standby since 2016

NPCC representative calls on government to provide extra support or risk ‘unaffordable’ costs for local

NHS plans £35m patient-privacy tech platform

System will be used nationwide to offer a standardised approach to the use of sensitive

Defence committee chair: ‘Two years until AI is a problem we cannot control’

Former MoD minister and serving reservist Tobias Ellwood claims that technology will profoundly alter warfare

Departments sign £300m Microsoft deals

HMRC and Defra ink long-term software contracts Credit: Pxhere Two major government departments have each signed

AI and automation will allow civil service to shrink by two-thirds in next 15 years, former HR chief predicts

Rupert McNeil suggests ‘radical’ opportunities could include merging DWP and HMRC Credit: Piotr Majewski/Pixabay Government’s former

NHS names new CIO to ‘evolve tech infrastructure and manage cyber’

Long-time public servant John Quinn is formally appointed after fulfilling duties on an interim basis

NHS signs transition deal to move from Covid Data Store to new £360m platform

Supplier Palantir retained to support migration but medical professionals and campaign groups continue to harbour

Navy chief cites potential of AI to help protect sailors

First Sea Lord claims that technology can help detect mines and other threats Credit: Crown Copyright/Open

‘Use public cloud unless it is not possible’ – government updates guidance

Flagship cloud first policy has been revamped with extra focus on evaluating a variety of
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