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Chief scientist will also be director general for science, technology, analysis, research and strategy
JCWI says the algirith discriminates on the basis of nationality – by design"
Health minister says there is a of "alienating or freaking out people" using test, track and trace system
Sir David Norgrove says he understands the pressures faced by staff but adds “I am sure you would agree that good evidence is essential to success in containing the virus”
Health department says ‘all large-scale operations’ experience similar challenges
Prime minister plans to backtrack on previous decision to allow Chinese giant to play a role in next-generation telecoms
Track-and-trace app being trialled now will do "heavy lifting" once social-distancing measures are lifted, science adviser says
Epidemiologist says he regrets "undermining of the clear messages" on social distancing
Director general Alison Pritchard says GDS still has a key role to play in building services
Stats watchdog review makes recommendations for improvement, including IT investment
Raab says publishing membership of scientific advisory group could put people at risk of “pressure”
NCSC sets up reporting hub and asks public to shop suspected fraudsters
Major study will “inform future action we take" on coronavirus, health secretary Matt Hancock says
Hancock wants sector to put domestic need to end lockdown above export drives as day-on-day test numbers drop
Medicines and healthcare products regulator offers £63k for part-time successor to Michael Rawlins
As part of Civil Service World’s Digital Transformation special edition, we asked sector experts to share their insight on how a broad range of near-term advances in technology will transform the way public services are delivered.
Select committee and ministers ask for citizens to be on the lookout for false information spread online
As part of CSW’s Digital Transformation special edition, we asked sector experts to share their insight on how a broad range of near-term advances in technology will transform the way public services are delivered, and we will be sharing their thoughts all this week. In this first entry, Tom Read the chief digital and information officer at the Ministry of Justice, looks at the opportunities in the sector
In February 2019, Matt Hancock announced plans for a new innovation agency in the NHS. A year on, its chief executive, Matthew Gould, talks to Beckie Smith about health data, listening to patients, and his move from diplomacy to digital
The UK government blazed a trail on digital innovation, but others are catching up fast and it would be all too easy to squander the advantage of earlier work
Ramping up testing now a priority for ‘data-driven’ strategy, chief scientist tells MPs
Department seeks partner to fulfil potential two-year programme of work