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PAC: probation service ICT is “inefficient, unreliable and hard to use”
By David Bicknell
Parliamentary spending watchdog critical of impact of poor ICT on transformation efforts; wants urgent improvement in usability of nDelius case management system used by NOMS
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Tom Read appointed MoJ chief digital and information officer
By Neil Merrett
Current BEIS digital technology director and chief technology officer will be replacing Arif Harbott in leading ministry’s IT initiatives
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Vulnerable witness pilots to be expanded under digital court reforms
By Neil Merrett
Individuals such as children will be examined in pre-recorded court sessions as part of wider £1bn transformation of legal system with view to improved access and efficiency for public and staff
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For cyber security engineers, working for Whitehall fails coolness test
By David Bicknell
MoJ blog argues the best cyber security specialists should be incentivised and encouraged to shape departmental security practices “along the lines they feel comfortable”
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News in Brief – July 15
By Neil Merrett
The UK’s new information commissioner will begin work on Monday, GDS kicks off the first of its local authority ID assurance events and the MoJ issues a tender for monitoring hardware
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Heaton commits MoJ to being data-driven
By David Bicknell
Department's permanent secretary tackles areas such as data sharing and predictive analytics
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Sloppy human error still prime cause of data breaches
By David Bicknell
FOI data from ICO reveals usual failings: loss of paperwork, data sent to wrong recipients, insecure disposal of hardware and paperwork, loss or theft of unencrypted devices, and failure to redact data
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Queen's Speech highlights Digital Economy Bill
By David Bicknell
Bill will introduce Broadband Universal Service Obligation, cover use of data by government to deliver better public services and consult on better sharing of publicly-held data sets to improve service delivery
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HMCTS digital courts plan not affected by CEO departure
By Neil Merrett
No review of transformation aims planned as a result of Natalie Ceeney's decision to step down; legal stakeholders warn drive for innovation must not limit access to justice
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