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CCS releases tender documents for Network Services PSN framework
By David Bicknell
Application deadline for inclusion on more SME-friendly framework will be 4th December
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Two year old GOV.UK website attracts 1bn visitors
By Neil Merrett
On GOV.UK's second birthday, the Cabinet Office has detailed the site's key user trends
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Network Services framework may appear next week
By David Bicknell
Legal concerns affecting other frameworks may have created delays to long-awaited PSN framework; suppliers warn of risk to bid resources
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Health department to outline data safe haven plans by year’s end
By Neil Merrett
Response to consultation paper on accredited safe havens to hold GP and hospital data coming by year’s end
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GDS: 20 exemplars to be live or in public beta by March 2015
By Neil Merrett
Government Digital Strategy update report says 65 arm’s length bodies agency websites and HMRC expected to be migrated to GOV.UK by the end of the year
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PAC welcomes DWP child maintenance system approach
By Neil Merrett
Committee welcomes successful implementation of first phase of 2012 system, accepting increased costs and time delays as price of gradual approach
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Met Office partners with Open Data Institute
By Neil Merrett
Met Office first UK trading fund to work with ODI on making climate data more freely available
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Revamped Contracts Finder unveiled ahead of beta launch
By Neil Merrett
Interested parties given first look at new procurement tool in London as Cabinet Office prepares to take service on the road for supplier feedback
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Kable report argues for rethink of security spending priorities
By David Bicknell
Report suggests that all networks should be assumed to be compromised and what matters most is forensic intelligence and ability to react to breaches
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Cabinet Office anticipates gradual GOV.UK Verify rollout
By Neil Merrett
Verification tool initially expected to be offered for one or two select digital exemplars, with wider central government and potential local authority adoption later
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