New Border Innovation Hub Goes Live
Cabinet Office has published a Border Innovation Hub where industry can find information and the tools it needs from across Government in order to innovate at the border.
The hub is part of Government’s technology and innovation roadmap outlined in the 2025 UK Border Strategy which set out the UK’s ambitions for the border over the coming years. It has been created to serve as a first point of contact within Government for cross-cutting border innovation-related enquiries and proposals, communicating on behalf of the whole of Government regarding these matters and creating connections into expert technology teams across border agencies.
Government is also seeking to set standards with industry around data sharing, interoperability and security; and as these are developed they will be hosted on the hub in order to support the development of new solutions.
The hub will also be updated with opportunities for industry to join pilots and to apply for Government procurements.
You can access the Border Innovation Hub here.
Sign up to the Border Innovation Hub mailing list to receive information about its regular workshops, or send enquiries about the hub to firstname.lastname@example.org
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