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Minister opens Horizon talks as tech industry leans on government to ensure membership of EU scheme

Technology secretary of state visits Brussels to discuss possible associate membership The government is due

Government urged to act as annual fraud losses quadruple in four years to more than £10bn

Newly created specialist body should work to help departments improve data analytics The annual level

Union claims ongoing strike has caused GDS ‘coding freeze’

PCS says walkout has stopped updates to GOV.UK, but government claims digital staff ‘continue to

Courts service discloses £25m deal for ‘squads’ to improve Common Platform

CGI won three-year contract to support HM Courts and Tribunal Service in improving much-criticised system

TikTok hit with £12.7m fine for unlawful use of children’s data

ICO investigation finds that video platform failed to prevent more than one million underage users

Capita working on restoring client services after cyberattack

One of government’s biggest IT suppliers claims that there is ‘no evidence’ of data breach

Companies House to close early e-government service WebCHeck

Online sales of company documents will end in November after 23 years Companies House has

ICO reprimands NHS Highland for disclosing identities of HIV patients

Regulator applies new approach to the public sector by issuing recommendations rather than a £35,000 fine

NHS England agreed to pay £160,000 to prop up troubled GP software supplier

Contract notice cites ‘extreme urgency’ in funding Silicon Practice for two weeks to avoid its

Scottish Parliament bans smartphones from public gallery after protests

New measures brought in as disruptions ‘tended to be filmed and posted on social media’

Diamond retained for second term as UK’s national statistician

Incumbent chief was reappointed following an open competition The government has reappointed Sir Ian Diamond

Artificial intelligence to empower public services, says minister

Michelle Donelan highlights uses of AI in policing and healthcare along with potential to cut

Government seeks national technology adviser

Director general-level role requiring ‘fantastic network’ of contacts in science, technology and digital will pay

ICO to fast-track public interest Freedom of Information complaints

Regulator expects to give up to a fifth of complaints faster treatment Freedom of Information

Cabinet Office to ‘fill gaps’ in vulnerability scanning of technology

New deal covers 13,500 end-user and on-site devices, AWS accounts and public-facing domains  The Cabinet

Police seeks tech to investigate crypto crime

City of London force plans to spend £1.8m on forensics investigation service available to all

CDDO launches Data Maturity Assessment for Government

Departments have committed to carry out assessments based on 97 areas All government departments are

Open transport data to help public plan and pay

Department for Transport publishes catalogue of datasets, following support for open bus and roadwork data
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