Transparency & Open Data
But department gives no details on security of funding following “successful pilot period”
Information commissioner also said departments had done the "minimum" work needed to comply with GDPR, but there was "much more to be done"
The revelation comes as a CSW investigation shows the Department for Transport paid out £8,000 in payments connected to NDAs last year
Shadow Cabinet Office minister joins transparency call, saying openness must be at heart of government in times of great upheaval
DfT only received three bids for no-deal ferry contracts, NAO review finds
Change is needed to ensure the public are not "left in the dark about the operation of public services," the report said.
Since the UK voted to leave the European Union, civil servants have been working to get the country ready for its departure from the bloc. Beckie Smith examines how Brexit has changed government so far
Public Accounts Committee demands clarity on how Whole of Government Accounts will present EU exit spending
MPs’ report backing the appointment provides an insight into recruitment process for senior government oversight role
Public Accounts Committee questions Gareth Davies about his time as a board member when Haiti allegations emerged
National statistician John Pullinger said he was looking for entries that are "innovatively and efficiently helping users make sense of the world".
Committee chair Rachel Reeves urged the regulator Ofgem to take harsher action against suppliers that don't fulfil their obligations under the programme.