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Phone-bots and social-media alerts – Cabinet Office unveils £1bn plan for tech-powered efficiency savings

Specialist unit for assessing spending decisions awards £500k to support central department in use of

Defra expands AWS engagement with £20m-plus deal

Environment department replaces incumbent contract a year before expiry The Department for Environment, Food and

‘This will define the future of warfare’ – parliamentary committee probes AI weapons

Peers to examine possible uses of autonomous weapons, as well as their legal and ethical

Government aims to boost fraud skills of thousands of officials

New strategy puts forward plan to upskill experts across Whitehall Credit: 200 Degrees/Pixabay The government has

MPs renew calls for blanket ban of TikTok on government devices

Critics including former party leader and incumbent committee chair  Credit: Antonbe/Pixabay Senior parliamentarians have renewed calls

Pay not the biggest problem in recruiting digital staff, say experts

Senior managers in recruitment and digital profession point to other issues including job descriptions and

Ex-Whitehall big hitters back commission aimed at reforming government’s centre

Former civil service chiefs and ministers are among those takin part in year-long think tank

Home Office immigration investigation team seeks squad of digital forensics experts

Department says that ‘profile of criminality is changing rapidly’ Credit: Gerd Altmann/Pixabay A Home Office team

‘Intense scrutiny’ – Croydon’s tech chief on making the case for digital in tough times

Opama Khan tells delegates that focus must be on outcomes and benefits, rather than the

We need to work on what’s under the lid, says CDDO boss

Departments need to look at technology underpinning front-end services, Megan Lee Devlin tells PublicTechnology Live Credit: Diana

Government plans national platform for sharing of social-care data

DHSC shortly to begin work on system due to launch in 2024 Credit: Piqsels The government

Teachers express concern over schools’ readiness for ChatGPT

Study from BCS finds that the majority of computing educators believe that chatbots will create

Government Counter Disinformation Unit ‘does not monitor individuals’, minister pledges

Paul Scully responds to ongoing questions following revelations that Army brigade was deployed to assess

DWP plans to enable UC claims by prisoners nearing release

Department reveals tests are taking place in 15 institutions Credit: Crown Copyright/Open Govermment Licence v3.0 The

Asylum backlog tops 160,000 as Home Office streamlines process for five countries

Digital transformation often cited by ministers appears to have had little impact Credit: Crown Copyright/Open Govermment

Government breaks ground on Manchester hub to boost plans for north-west ‘cyber corridor’

Hundreds of anti-fraud officials have been moved to Manchester as government talks up technological potential

GDS boss: ‘One Login has very strong cybersecurity – and will uphold privacy’

Tom Read discusses ongoing consultation and says that new legislation will not affect commitment to

Courts digital system still has ‘significant gaps in functionality’, auditors find

NAO report claims that HMCTS needs to better understand improvements required by £1.3bn transformation scheme
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