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Volatile future in store for 'TUPE' staff
Since 2006, the terms and conditions of IT staff have been protected if, through outsourcing, they become employees of an incoming employer. But now the government's drive to use SMEs and changes in legislation means the future cover provided by TUPE may not be as effective. Terry Ernest-Jones explains.
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MoJ's civil claims digital exemplar goes live
By David Bicknell
Service is fifth to go live after electoral registration, renew a patent, student finance and lasting power of attorney
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Companies House wants to become digital by default
By David Bicknell
Five year strategic plan drives channel shift with 95% digital channel take-up its first target; joint filing accounts service with HMRC planned from October
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New deputy CTO role will help beef up Whitehall's digital shake-up
By David Bicknell
Ex Credit Suisse CIO Magnus Falk to take on deputy government CTO job, reporting to Liam Maxwell
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Cabinet Office claims voter registration success
By David Bicknell
A million voters sign up to vote in first two months on new digital platform
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DVLA targets regular hack events
Agency commits itself to ongoing series of hackathons to accelerate service innovation and testing
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Government overhauls fast stream IT recruitment
Rebranded Civil Service recruitment scheme to focus on agile working and coding
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Kent CIO identifies ROI as key PSN challenge
Addressing issues of timing and return on investment for partners seen as key barriers to extending PSN adoption among authorities
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PAC demands stronger powers for projects watchdog
By David Bicknell
Report says MPA's data is "infrequent and out-of-date" and worries that creating a 'reset' rating for Universal Credit project was "an attempt to keep information secret and prevent scrutiny"
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Home Office must pay Raytheon £224m over e-Borders contract
By David Bicknell
Tribunal award reflects findings questioning the UK Border Agency's contract management, saying the processes used in reaching a termination decision and carrying it out "were flawed"
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