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The Scottish government has released legislation to propose a ban on the sale and supply of single-use vapes by April 2025.

The Government Property Agency (GPA) closed the doors at 1 Victoria Street in London to "generate substantial savings."

40 projects across England are set to benefit from £25 million of funding to use nature to increase flood resilience.

Cat Little has been appointed the new civil service chief operating officer and permanent secretary to the cabinet office.

The government has introduced gigabit networks to more than one million homes, businesses and public buildings with the aim to connect hard-to-reach communities.

A close up image of a solar panel.

The UK government has withdrawn from the Energy Charter Treaty (ECT) after the failure of efforts to deliver net zero.

GOV.UK has updated its logo with a new crown.

200 of London's most polluted schools are to have air filters installed in a bid to protect children's health.

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Street lights are an essential part of infrastructure providing visibility, safety and a sense of security for those using roads and pavements.

Rick Green, chair of the Asphalt Industry Alliance, investigates how best to use government funding for road improvements

Tania Bowers, global polict director at the Association of Profesional Staffing Companies (APSCo) addresses some of the current issues in public sector recuitment.

Safety is at the top of the list for public sector building managers, followed closely by carbon emissions and energy costs. It is also important to emphasise the role that building plays in health and well-being.

Cyber Essentials helps organisations guard against a range of the most common cyber threats. The government-backed certification scheme is based around five key technical controlsthat enabke the minimum cybersecurity protection that organisations should aspire to.

Antonio Hidalgo-Landa CITP MBCS MSc, chair of BCS, The Chartered Institute for IT’s Consultancy Specialist Group on best practice in IT procurement

 

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08/05/2024 to 09/05/2024

Join the digital, data and technology community at DigiGov Expo – where public sector experts and innovators gain knowledge to transform government services.

05/03/2024 to 07/03/2024

Futurebuild, the built environment’s most influential event for innovation and collaboration is back for its 18th year, taking place at Londo

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Join the digital, data and technology community at DigiGov Expo – where public sector experts and innovators gain knowledge to transform government services.

Futurebuild, the built environment’s most influential event for innovation and collaboration is back for its 18th year, taking place at London’s ExCeL from March 5 – 7 2024. The event, which is set to be the most impactful yet, will continue its mission in taking a stand for a better built environment, showcasing groundbreaking ideas, creative and inspirational innovations and crucial collaboration to help us set the stage for a greener, more resilient future.

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In a world where communication technology is evolving at an unprecedented pace, staying ahead of the curve is crucial for both personal and professional growth. The Communication Technology Expo, scheduled for the 13th and 14th of March 2024, promises to be a pivotal event for anyone seeking to explore the cutting-edge advancements in the field. From networking opportunities to hands-on demonstrations and thought-provoking discussions, here's why you should mark your calendar for this immersive experience.

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