More than 12,000 pieces of government information can now be accessed via smart speaker
Conundrum highlights a dearth of investment in official statisticians' leadership skills, Royal Statistical Society head says
Future talent chief Lisa Rowley talks to Sam Trendall about the growth of the department’s work placement scheme and why, to compete with private sector giants, government needs to "get out there and tell our story"
One year on from the launch of the Fusion Doctrine, there are still obstacles to achieving this ‘whole-system’ approach towards national security objectives. CSW, in partnership with PA Consulting, hosted a roundtable to discuss the barriers to collaboration, and how government and industry can better work together. Geoffrey Lyons reports
Department has put "strict controls on the use of bulk emails" after two data breaches, immigration minister Caroline Nokes says
Home Office apologises for second data breach to come to light this week
Department reports itself to Information Commissioner after hundreds of potential victims’ email addresses are wrongly shared
Data-enabled technologies can present "major ethical and practical challenges" for public bodies, committee chair Lord Evans says
More than 1,000 pieces of optical and radar data are now available under licence
Centre for Data Ethics and Innovation will look at how algorithms could reflect the biases of their developers
Report calls for 'complete rethink of the structure, funding and oversight of forensic science'
Taunton building completes three years after initial design work commenced