The Defence Secretary has announced a further £23.8 million investment in the UK logistics hub at Duqm port.
Dstl’s Dr Kate Gill has been shortlisted in the ‘Most Collaborative’ category for her work on the UK F-35 program.
Up to £3.5 billion has been paid out on fraudulent or incorrect claims for the Government’s furlough scheme, a top civil servant has revealed.
The MOD has awarded a lion’s share of a contract worth £317 million to the Scottish defence industry.
A confidential helpline has launched to provide support for defence personnel experiencing or witnessing bullying, harassment, or discrimination.
A guide to what Security Clearance is, how to obtain it and the different levels of Security Clearance.
An aerospace centre of excellence will be established adjacent to RAF Lossiemouth, backed by £21 million funding, the UK Government Minister for Scotland Iain Stewart has announced.
Thousands of Cadet Force Adult Volunteers (CFAVs) selflessly dedicate their time and energy to train and mentor cadets.
Royal Navy survey ship HMS Enterprise will sail to Lebanon as part of a wide-ranging package of military support made available today by Defence Secretary Ben Wallace.
Currently, police are operating under a model that dates back to 1962, despite major changes driven by ‘technology, globalisation, and social change’.
Almost one million public sector workers are to get an above-inflation pay rise to thank them for their work during the coronavirus crisis, the Treasury has announced.
A new military communications satellite is set to keep troops safe across the globe for decades to come, thanks to a £500 million contract confirmed today by Defence Secretary Ben Wallace.
People entering Scotland from abroad have not received any follow-up checks by officials since quarantine rules were introduced due to “security clearance” issues with the Home Office.
Defence Secretary Ben Wallace has praised the Ministry of Defence’s partnership with Britain’s defence industry, which is rising to meet the challenges of maintaining critical output during the coronavirus pandemic.
Contractors who are offered contracts in government departments find that must require security clearance, or will be required to obtain it, before they can start working.
The Ministry of Defence has signed a £17.75 million deal with Microsoft to build a private cloud infrastructure on the Azure platform.
Britain’s proposed satellite navigation system, which was intended to be an alternative to Europe’s Galileo system, may be scrapped for being a waste fo taxpayer funds.
UKSV is still operating, just with a significantly reduced workforce, in support of the COVID-19 containment effort.
The lack of meetings prompt fears that it is being made deliberately redundant amid Covid-19 crisis.
Public sector-focused laaS provider UKCloud joins forces with VMware to meet the public sector demand for ‘government-grade’ Remote Desktop technology.