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Government R&D unit unveils £42m project to ‘redefine’ computing and cut costs of AI by 99.9%

ARIA, a public body specialising in ‘high risk, high reward’ STEM research, has revealed that

Government graduate scheme sees hefty drop in applicants

Fast Stream digital, data and technology segment has fared better than all other specialist tracks

Overseas shared services have already delivered £120m in benefits, minister claims

The shared software cluster, which includes the Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office as well as

One Login: GDS convenes privacy and inclusion advisors

A dedicated group – featuring representatives from organisations including Privacy International and Big Brother Watch

Ex-Whitehall top dog cites limitations of online-only training

More than 10 years after the closure of government’s erstwhile hub for civil service training

National Archives seeks to digitise millions of ‘Dad’s Army’ files

A commercial partner is being sought to support the archivist in creating electronic copies and

‘The nature of warfare has fundamentally changed’ – defence secretary looks to invest in tech

Grant Shapps says that the number of army troops is no longer a reliable measure

Leicester City Council facing days of tech shutdown after cyber incident

Authority turned off IT and phone systems on Thursday after a possible attack and, in

HMRC spends £11m on deals for mobile airtime, laptops and network kit

Tax agency tops up its tech estate with a duo of contracts awarded to cover

Election 2019: How a Stormzy tweet caused an ‘emergency conference on possible hostile foreign activity’

Efforts to closely monitor online services before the last general election enabled cyber chiefs to

Academics tackle gender bias in healthcare AI

A project led by the University of Glasgow over 18 months will gather data from

Cabinet Office seeks cyber chief

Organisation is offering a compensation package in excess of £100k for a leader to set

DWP backed with £17m to digitise services and upgrade Child Maintenance systems

The funding pledge – announced as a trailer for the budget – is intended to

Government backs space clusters

UK Space Agency announces backing for a sextet of initiatives intended to support local centres

DfT seeks to tap into mobile and GPS data to track transport trends

Department seeks supplier to support a £300k proof of concept exercise that is intended to

Common Platform: HMCTS opts to retain existing case-management tool for criminal courts

The courts service has downscaled its plans for the ongoing rollout of the £300m new

DWP extends Universal Credit database deal with £32m contract

The department’s new engagement with incumbent supplier runs for three years and also includes provision
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