As part of doing business, many small businesses collect and share personal data involving their customers, clients and suppliers.
Cathcart Associates has been appointed to secure quality IT candidates for crucial roles in UK public sector bodies such as the NHS, local government, universities, charities and blue light services.
The Mayor of the Sheffield City Region, Dan Jarvis, has announced that free travel passes will be available to people taking part in selected employment support schemes across South Yorkshire.
E.ON has unveiled a 16ft installation which visually represents the issue of air pollution, after 88% of people admitted they are confused about air pollution and 89% would do more to tackle it if they knew how.
An award-winning technology consultancy’s strategy to diversify into new regions and markets has resulted in energy sector contracts worth an initial five-figure sum.
The purpose of social value in public procurement is to maximise the reach of public expenditure by ensuring that local communities, economies, and the environment benefit in some way from any given contract.
With just weeks to go before its planned introduction, new research suggests nearly one in five businesses above the VAT threshold still know little or nothing about Making Tax Digital, according to the British Chambers of Commerce.
Glasgow City Council has passed a budget that invests in communities and ensures the city is ready to deal with its half-billion-pounds equal pay bill.
Lucy Buck founded Child’s i Foundation in 2008 after volunteering in a baby orphanage left her heartbroken, seeing some children not survive. She shares with BQ how she pivoted from her initial “terrible plan” to open a better baby orphanage, to now leading a 70-strong team pioneering a child protection system in Uganda.
A new blueprint to transform and unify West Midlands’ public sector digital teams has launched today. The launch coincides with the announcement of a new Government Digital Service (GDS) pop-up academy to the region and the expansion of HM Courts and Tribunals Service (HMCTS) to create a new Digital Hub, which will see 100 civil servant tech roles positioned in Birmingham.
New research reveals that 77% of SMEs are as confident about the future compared to a year ago, while 89% of SMEs are in the same or better financial shape compared to 12 months ago, despite the ongoing uncertainty around Brexit negotiations.
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