Did you know: HMRC spends over £750,000 per year on ensuring that its digital services can be accessed by disabled civil servants.
February 18, 2013

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The head of business development at Transport for London (TfL) has said that he is ‘not convinced’ about contactless mobile payments using NFC.

Mobile contactless payments not on the cards for TfL
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DWP will be giving £14,240 to the Communication for Blind and Disabled People to help train blind people to use a ‘guide dog’ smartphone app.

200 people to be trained to use new app for blind people: DWP

A document has been released by the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) and the Local Government Association, entitled ‘Universal Credit: Local Support Services Framework’.

DWP sets out framework for helping benefit claimants get online

The government will be launching Charities Online in April.

Govt to launch service for charities to claim gift aid online

The minister for local government and communities has said that GBP 375,000 will be distributed across Wales to help develop community council websites

Govt gives funds for improving council websites and public engagement

Citizens Advice Scotland has criticised the government, claming that it is penalising citizens at the Jobcentre for not applying for jobs online.

Govt should not penalise jobseekers for not applying online, says report

HM Revenue & Customs is delivering ‘digital by default’ for UK’s 11 million disabled people.

HMRC is trying to deliver digital services to disabled customers, employees
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It will join the list of government departments moving to Gov.uk.

Department of Health website to migrate to Gov.uk in March

90% of Devon premises will have high speed broadband by the end of 2016.

Deal between ‘Connecting Devon and Somerset’ and BT finalised
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