DWP minister pledges processing improvements this year as some benefits missed targets on 96% of claims in FY24

Pensions minister Paul Maynard claims that the department’s processing performance improved in 2023/24 – although

Hebridean council facing £500k bill after cyberattack

Comhairle nan Eilean Siar suffered a suspected ransomware assault six months ago and, in the

NHS App to offer new login options to help support carers

The health service’s core software program will soon incorporate new means of access beyond its

Scottish Fire and Rescue Service cites ‘robust contingency plans’ after failed bid to find replacement supplier for new 999 IT system

After terminating a £10m contract first awarded in 2018, the emergency service extended legacy provision

ICO: ‘People living with HIV are being failed across the board when it comes to their privacy’

Information commissioner John Edwards has called for urgent improvements in the way that personal data

Home Office opens bidding for £13m Emergency Services Network dispatch system

Department has published a procurement notice inviting bids from potential providers of a new system

Government pushes back digital social care timeframe by a year after falling 17 points short of 80% target

In a plan published in 2021, DHSC pledged to double by March 2024 the uptake

ONS workers set to begin programme of industrial action in light of in-office demand

Following a ballot in which members supported protest against new rules demanding office attendance, the

UKCloud collapse has cost Cabinet Office £17.5m so far

Documents reveal eight-figure funding for liquidation but, in the days immediately following the insolvency of

HMRC head looks to boost helpline staff after U-turn on closures

After publicly unveiling – and then swiftly revoking – plans to significantly scale back its

GDS creates CISO role to make services ‘radically easier and safer to use’

The Cabinet Office unit is establishing a senior managerial position for a security leader who

HMRC and DWP launch online service for voluntary National Insurance contributions

A new tool will allow users to identify and address any gaps in their NI

FOI transparency hits new low and complaints soar as ICO tightens window on complying with decisions

Since FOI laws were introduced, the proportion of requests where data is provided in full

CCS names Home Office commercial head Ulyatt as new CEO

The Crown Commercial Service – the Cabinet Office agency which manages billions of pounds in

Ministry of Defence signs IBM to £30m deal to support civilian IT systems

Deal lasting two years will see technology giant provide a range of support and integration

Chief coroner cites ‘significant impact’ of digital on profession

Annual report from leader of 500 specialist judicial representatives across England and Wales reveals that

Government comms unit looks to tech and innovation

The Government Communication Service has published a new strategy to help 7,000 staff across the

EXCL: DWP explores data science to inform Jobcentre ‘interventions’ for benefit claimants

Department retains specialist firm to help explore how data science models and insights could inform
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