Ex-spy chief cleared for roles at trio of tech firms

Former head of GCHQ Sir Jeremy Fleming has been given a green light by government’s

HMRC completes line-up for £3bn legacy software upgrade framework

Three final lots of DALAS agreement – with a forecast worth in excess of £1bn

Slough seeks tech chief to ‘lead step-change in how we collect and use data’

Borough council is seeking a technology leader to join an authority that ‘is never far

Government urged to deploy tech to tackle number-spoofing fraud

Expert from BBC TV show Scam Interceptors encourages regulators to make greater use of technology

New AI Safety Institute to work with US counterparts

Ministers from the US and the UK have unveiled a transatlantic memorandum of understanding through

Environment Agency adds millions to deal for new national flood risk platform

Spending on the National Flood Risk Assessment 2 system could rise to £14.5m as a

Concerns raised over Treasury public-sector finance data

As the latest version of the Whole of Government Accounts is published, the NAO has

DWP reveals staged rollout for delayed £100m Pensions Dashboard Programme

An updated timeline has been set for the major project to create a single online

Ransomware gang threatens mass release of NHS patient data

Following a recent attack on NHS Dumfries and Galloway, the Scottish health board has confirmed

Government comms unit taps into tech tool to track Russian social disinformation

A Cabinet Office team has signed a contract of up two years enabling experts to

Parliament seeks £140k digital chief to lead three-year tech strategy

Parliamentary Digital Service advertises vacant position as managing director, a role that comes with oversight

Policing app aims to offer easier public contact as ‘crimes often go unreported because of inconvenience’

The Police.UK platform offers Android and Apple users nationwide functionality for reporting crime and other

Union study claims HMRC loses four million work hours a year to IT issues

A new research report from the FDA claims that investing £1bn in improvements to the

China launched cyberattacks on electoral data and MPs as part of ‘large-scale espionage’, ministers claim

Attacks targeted at the Electoral Commission and directly at several MPs critical of the Beijing

Government guidance urges procurement pros to be on lookout for use of AI in contract bids

A Cabinet Office policy note warns commercial teams that new risks may include leaks of

Treasury signs £20m software deal

Government’s finance department has picked frequent public sector partner Phoenix to fulfil both its need

DWP urged to increase ‘targeted support’ as research finds one in six benefit recipients not online

A study commissioned by the department finds that government could help citizens gain confidence and

More than four in five government transactions ripe for automation, Turing study finds

A report from the Alan Turing Institute concludes that 140 million interactions between government and
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