The ministers said that the UK has the most successful tech sector in Europe and the government intends to make sure that Britain remains a top destination for tech talent.
The focus of the tech summit will be on the handling of disclosing digital evidence in criminal cases.
The decision has been taken to help quick and secure entry into the UK for eligible travellers from the selected countries.
The Home Office and the DfT have announced a funding of £4.5m, which will be available for developers to come up with the next generation of aviation and border security solutions.
After years of promise of the platform, the Home Office is finally questioned on the launch and delay of the strategy.
The project is aimed at exploring the possibility of delivering a mobile-based capability to assist the passenger clearance process.
Ploughshare will include new technologies from CAST in its established approach to industry to develop commercial licensing arrangements.
The Home Office Biometrics programme is aimed at continuing and improving the national biometric services.
The Cabinet Office has announced that Leeds will be the location of a new Government Hub to be built by 2020.