‘We speak civil service, but we speak private sector too’ – JSaRC head Angela Essel on government’s ‘bilingual’ approach to national security
The Home Office’s Joint Security and Resilience Centre helps government work with industry to...
Organisation seeks to cultivate ‘skills transfer’ across sector
Department advertises £140k position as CFO
Tech organisation seeks to bring in two part-time advisors to help make services as useful and accessible as possible
Office for Statistics Regulation will – at HMRC’s behest – examine error that saw tax contributions double-counted
Over two-year period BPDTS will have grown staff numbers from 451 to 1,124
In 2017, the NHS was the most high-profile victim of an international cyberattack. With the imminent phasing-out of support for Windows 7, Guinevere Poncia asks how government institutions are keeping pace with cyberthreats
Heads of ICO and UKSA remind Corbyn, Johnson et al to remain legally compliant in use of data and statistics
Home Office claims settlement scheme caseworkers ‘trained to exercise discretion’ in favour of vulnerable applicants
Government says it will try and make allowances for a potential lack of evidence for those with dementia or other conditions
Improving its online offering has enabled the department to make life easier for citizens and its own staff. Lead delivery manager Alan Soulsby talks us through the project.
The government’s housing body is adopting agile, cloud and a DevSecOps model in a bid to become the engine of transformation in the housing market. Gill Hitchcock reports.
Tax agency appoints banking bigwig as replacement for Jacky Wright
Frankie Kay of the Office for National Statistics writes about a simple way in which we can improve lives all across the nation
Department will require fifth leader since start of last year as Loughborough MP opts to leave parliament
Audit finds no impropriety in funding given to firm run by PM’s friend, but DCMS minister says she intends to ‘ensure that processes are strengthened’
Initial advert was criticised for excluding many potential BAME candidates
Supplier sought for infrastructure refresh
London borough seeks senior technology professional to revamp internal IT and external relationships
Senior leaders stress importance of risk-taking in combatting the threats faced by the UK
Authorities will each receive a slice of £200,000
Tax authority is piloting programmes to use data to identify people that may have been taken in by firms selling tax-avoidance initiatives
Former No.10 and Cabinet Office policymaker William Newton now leads a growing technology firm. In this Q&A, he compares the joys and frustrations of each, and the skills learned in Whitehall he has taken to his new career