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Work starts on new nationwide app to ‘end rough sleeping’

Supplier retained for £1m project to build system that government hopes will be more widely

MoJ convenes top judges and experts to develop rules for online court proceedings

New committee created to help advise participants in court cases Credit: PublicDomainPictures/Pixabay The Ministry of Justice

Mental-health services to be added to NHS App as part of digital expansion

Minister claims government hopes to ensure ‘support from day one’ Credit: Pexels/Pixabay The NHS App will

MPs ask HMRC for answers over summer helpline closure

Chair of Treasury committee expresses concern about impact on citizens and lack of notice Credit: andreas160578/Pixabay

ICO examines use of personal data in government anti-disinformation work

Data watchdog says it will be asking questions of departments following ‘information that has now

Major ‘productivity review’ to look for public sector tech opportunities

Chancellor Jeremy Hunt launches scrutiny exercise Credit: Arek Socha/Pixabay Chancellor Jeremy Hunt has ordered a cross-government

Home Office signs £23m software support deal for key immigration system database

Contract covers the delivery of increased internal capability for department Credit: Crown Copyright/Open Government Licence

Data ‘likely’ stolen in Manchester University cyberattack

Institution is ‘monitoring the dark web’ to see if copied data turns up Credit: Gerd Altmann/Pixabay

Report warns on £1.5bn extra customer costs for Making Tax Digital and millions of records on HMRC legacy systems

National Audit Office says that tax agency needs to prepare a new business case or

Sunak and Biden agree transatlantic data bridge

Leaders announce agreed-in-principle initiative as part of trade partnership Credit: Crown Copyright/Open Government Licence v3.0 Prime
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AI laws must ‘support businesses while protecting citizens’, Scottish minister says

Richard Lochhead – who has requested an urgent pan-UK meeting – believes government should avoid

Data watchdog urges against further FoI exemptions

Information commissioner warns MPs of risks of absolving agencies of transparency requirements Credit: Arek Socha/Pixabay Information commissioner

Scottish parliamentarians sign up for service to track online personal threats

Tool will run on a trial basis for a year Credit: councilcle/Pixabay The Scottish Parliament will

Ministers pledge to remove Chinese tech from government sites

Move comes alongside plan to create national security-focused procurement team Credit: Vitor Dutra Kaosnoff/Pixabay Ministers have

Cabinet Office invests in £300k software tool to get a handle on tech estate

Platform is intended to enable technologists and business leaders to better understand risks, gaps and

Digital minister pledges to reverse decline in departments’ DDaT apprenticeships

Alex Burghart claims that numbers have already begun to rise following reported 20% drop in

Home Office preps Plan B to ensure continuity of UK police database

Department says that work to deliver replacement of 50-year-old system is on track but that it is

Digital has taken root at DLUHC, says former chief

Paul Maltby says department’s approach has helped empower councils Credit: Eko Pramono/Pixabay The recently departed digital
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