DWP develops data tool to simulate ‘future world and how we can prepare for it’

The department is working to create a system that could process economic and societal data

Government rolls out online hub for evaluations

Evaluation Registry has been launched and made mandatory for all Whitehall departments, but the publicly

HMRC offers £100k for leader to ‘spearhead channel shift’

The tax agency is advertising for a senior manager to take on responsibility for delivering

Number of ICO-registered organisations rises 160% since GDPR

According to stats released by outgoing data and digital infrastructure minister Julia Lopez, the number

Scottish national innovation centre unveils tool that could support early dementia detection

CENSIS, a specialist facility based in Glasgow University, has launched an Internet of Things system

‘A significant gap between HMRC’s perceptions and what taxpayers can do online’

Three professional bodies for tax and finance professionals have made submissions to parliament, warning that

‘It might take over the world’ – schoolchildren issue warning over government AI

Children taking part in a project that works with schools to gather pupils’ feedback on

Local government bodies call for ‘centralised mechanism’ to support and fund AI

In a submission to parliament’s Public Accounts Committee – shortly before its dissolution – LGA,

Labour flags up 40 candidates that ‘understand tech and its transformative potential’

The party’s Labour Digital movement has namechecked election candidates that it believes share its vision

MPs lament ‘insufficient’ work on government data sharing

The Public Administration and Constitutional Affairs Committee has identified ‘significant data gaps’ in various policy

‘Technical fault’ with online system allowed 67 couples to divorce early

Affected couples have been alerted and offered support while judges review cases, as ministers acknowledge

DWP signs £3m project-management deal to support cloud migration

The Department for Work and Pensions has retained a specialist supplier to provide planning, oversight

Government-backed upgrade takes fibre broadband to Scottish towns and villages

Scottish Government is working alongside telecoms firm Openreach to supply regions across the country with

Four-day outage of HMRC and Defra data-sharing service caused ‘no significant border delays’, minister claims

A power issue with a datacentre used by the environment department led to ALVS service

MoJ progress trials of ‘human-in-the-loop generative AI’

The ministry is seeking to work with a specialist provider to help fulfil an exploratory

Cabinet Office clarifies ‘negotiated settlement’ over tech contract

The department’s chief had previously indicated that deal had been terminated for ‘non-performance’, but has

HS2 signs £230k IBM deal to help set security strategy

DfT body charged with overseeing rollout of new rail infrastructure has brought in the expertise

AI to be rolled out across NHS radiotherapy

The government has revealed that tech designed to review CT and MRI scans and help
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