Minister vows to ‘leave no stone unturned’ in bid to safeguard 300 jobs at facility run by tech giant in coastal town of Gourock
Department awards contract to specialist supplier – which will also lead a pilot of a more sophisticated customer feedback system
In his ninth such proclamation in the last six months, Boris Johnson cited a rise of 500,000 since 2020 – rather than a decline of 588,000
Secretary of state grilled by MPs over department’s comparatively low proportion of employees going into the office
Tax agency becomes first public authority to seize digital tokens
Levelling-up plan looks to bring Silicon Valley to Solihull – but broadband ambitions now delayed by five years
Document pledges that three designated ‘innovation centres’ will learn from models of major US tech hubs and universities
Staff will either become civil servants or move over to commercial providers
Position as head of data as a service represents a ‘once-in-a-career opportunity’, according to department
In-house role to manage suppliers to Emergency Services Network critical communications system
Having hitherto steadfastly maintained its opposition to issuing physical documents to recipients of EU settled status, the Home Office recently met with campaigners to listen to new proposals. PublicTechnology finds out more.
As the department processed 4.3 million new claims, fraudsters attempted to cash in
Responsibility for controls and standards has been taken on by new entity
Department replaces existing arrangement with contract under new terms
PublicTechnology sits down with ONS statisticians to learn more about the organisation’s Faster Indicators programme
Minister explains failure to allow public access or publish any documentation
A new report from the Alan Turing Institute identifies a worrying gender imbalance in a fast-growing and significant sector. PublicTechnology talks to the report’s authors about the scale of the problem and how it might be addressed.
Department seeks to enable ‘once-in-a-generation’ transformation
Department uses CCS framework agreements for two deals worth up to £8.43m
Head of PCS union says that seeming drop in instances of bullying does ‘not reflect the sad reality’
Procurement agency recruiting for CDIO
Department says long call waiting times resulted from staff moving to work on coronavirus support schemes
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