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The UK Defence Secretary addressed parliamentarians from across the NATO Alliance at the NATO Parliamentary Assembly this week. “For a long time there has been pressure for us all to increase investment in defence. And the United Kingdom is proud …
Government bodies need to take a special approach to procurement when it comes to artificial intelligence, according to the World Economic Forum’s Centre for the Fourth Industrial Revolution. WEF, the global network focused on technology governance, says traditional “public-sector procurement …
Five teams of public contracting reformers from Buenos Aires, Ecuador, Mexico City, Moldova, and New Orleans have been selected to participate in the inaugural Lift impact programme, the Open Contracting Partnership (OCP) and social impact firm Reboot. The year-long …
Government agencies are increasingly competing not only among themselves but also with foreign governments for working dogs. Dr. Cynthia Otto, executive director of the Penn Vet Working Dog Center at the University of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine, …
Unmanned aerial systems (UAS) are utilized in a variety of ways within the public sector. Across the military and homeland security, they are used for intelligence, surveillance & reconnaissance (ISR), combat operations, and disaster management to name a …
With the growth in adoption of technologies (like AI, cloud technology, IoT) to improve and speed up government facilities and services, whether local authorities providing online access to all sorts of records and forms, central government providing digital marketplaces, departments …
Augmented and virtual reality products and services are a hot topic in the public sector. With applications ranging from training to simulations to data interaction, nearly all government organizations stand to benefit from …
This report on cybersecurity was recently released and summarizes the factors and dynamics that shape the cybersecurity market. The global cybersecurity market is valued at $131.3 billion and is expected to increase to $289.8 billion by 2026.  …
The UK government has made it clear through policy, procurement reforms and communication that it recognises the value of innovation to the economy as a source of competitiveness, productivity, revenues and profit, writes Computer Weekly. The Cabinet Office and Crown Commercial Service …
Dun & Bradstreet has released The 2019 Compliance and Procurement Sentiment report which finds that only 85% of respondents are confident about the effectiveness of risk management within their organisation – 8% lower than in the previous survey. A large …