All articles by GC Staff Writer

  1. MOD signals shift in Cyber Vulnerability Investigations procurement plan

    MOD is looking to establish an ‘as a service’ approach under which suppliers can be called to deliver the work for the CVI Ops Cell.

    18 Feb
  2. Govt rolls out GPS tags for offenders to prevent domestic abuse, stalking

    The new GPS tags are being introduced across the UK, which will provide 24/7 location-monitoring of offenders.

    18 Feb
  3. South Yorkshire Police gets approval to develop drone capability

    In addition to increasing the number of drones, 20 officers from across the force will undergo extensive pilot training in line with the regulations of the Civil Aviation Authority.

    15 Feb
  4. GDS self-admin portal simplifies public sector bodies’ GovWifi registration

    Over 100 local and central government organisations have signed up to GovWifi, which gives users in registered organisations automatic access to the Wi-Fi service within public sector buildings.

    15 Feb
  5. BEIS looks for partner to digitise statute books for civil servants

    BEIS said that it intends to make information on its legislation more easily available in digital form for officials.

    14 Feb
  6. Pearson and NCFE win contracts from DfE for first T Levels

    NCFE will deliver the Education and Childcare T Level and Pearson will deliver T Levels in Design, Surveying and Planning, as well as Digital Production, Design and Development.

    14 Feb
  7. Worcestershire 5G Consortium launches UK’s first 5G industrial trial

    Worcestershire 5G Consortium is conducting the UK’s first 5G factory trial as part of initiatives to create smart factories in the country.

    13 Feb
  8. Ethics group BFEG to oversee Home Office use of large data sets

    The Biometrics and Forensics Ethics Group (BFEG) will provide independent review of the use of large data sets by the Home Office.

    13 Feb
  9. Govt U-turn on holding tech giants legally responsible for content

    Matt Hancock said that the whole concept would collapse if legal responsibility is put on social media sites.

    12 Feb
  10. Online system launched to maintain environmental standards on GHGs

    In the event of a no-deal Brexit, UK businesses which produce or trade in GHGs or products that contain them will be required to register on the new system by 12 April 2019.

    12 Feb
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