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Digital matching tool to allow NHS staff to find available hospital appointments

Online platform for scheduling treatment will be extended to cover cancer consultations, outpatient appointments and

MoJ signs £60m deal to maintain 35 ageing apps across courts system

Contract was awarded to incumbent supplier CGI without competitive process as ministry claims that technology

Ministers and regulators alerted after names of thousands of adopted children published online

National Records of Scotland claims ‘no personal data breach’ occurred but information was taken down

DWP seeks £190m partner to deliver digital overhaul for mega-contact centre

Department publishes procurement notice outlining intent to deliver customer service centre incorporating automated features, enhanced

GOV.UK Pay to offer mobile wallets for local government and explore open banking

Government Digital Service plans new features for payments tool as well as ongoing testing for

Northern Irish police officers’ details leaked in ‘breach of monumental proportions’

Police reps have expressed ‘dismay and anger’ after PSNI accidentally exposed names and job details

Defra creates senior leadership role to drive automation of HR processes

Environment department advertises position for human resources professional to spearhead work to adopt technology and
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Regulator reveals cyberattackers accessed emails and electoral register data for over a year undetected

The Electoral Commission reveals that a breach saw intruders access its email system and the

Government puts £11m into unit to disrupt online operators offering channel crossings

Prime minister Rishi Sunak also announces agreement to increase voluntary cooperation between law enforcement and

GCHQ seeks tech experts to secretly join boardroom set-up

Intelligence agency opens recruitment for three non-executive directors – but potential candidates are advised to

National Grid unit seeks partner for on-demand cyberattack response ahead of nationalisation

Electricity System Operator unit – which is due to return to public ownership within the

Officers pose as attackers for hire as NCA doubles number of ‘major cyber disruptions’ in FY23

Annual report from the National Crime Agency reveals increase in number of attacks stopped in

All criminal courts now using Common Platform IT system

With all Crown and magistrates’ court now connected, government announces milestone in rollout of troubled

Scottish Government puts £600k into programme to support digital inclusion in mental health and housing

A total of 13 projects – supporting 1,500 citizens – have been awarded funds in

Legacy supplier retained as Covid and Ukraine war has ‘delayed meaningful transformation’ of national vetting system

Cabinet Office awards deal – of unspecified length and value, and without competition – as

‘When the Cabinet Office tries to reform departments, there is quite a bit of eye rolling’, report finds

Study from think tank Reform finds that, although must former leaders believe transformation needs to

Government DDaT function adds 4,000 people in past year

Newly released annual data on Whitehall workforce reveals that the number of people employed in

Home Office plans new national police ‘facial-matching’ service after signing £50m deal for biometrics platform

Department picks IBM for five-year contract to provide underlying matching platform and progresses plan to
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