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MoJ considers options for Criminal Justice secure mail
By David Bicknell
Requirements specification for procurement said to be under discussion though procurement timing is uncertain
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AXELOS to capture wider ITIL best practice across the business
By David Bicknell
Plan will explore how organisations, including in the public sector, are using ITIL outside a traditional IT environment
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Green Party targets public sector competition and outsourcing
By David Bicknell
Manifesto would immediately increase overall NHS budget by £12bn, end market based commissioning and procurement, repeal Health and Social Care act and abolish PCCs
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AXELOS argues SIAM still relevant in corporate IT delivery
By David Bicknell
Best practice group says SIAM can play key role, even in organisations that don't align service lines to specific technology 'towers'
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General Election: two weeks to go
By David Bicknell
As the campaign battle heats up over the next couple of weeks, what will be the implications of the electorate's verdict on May 7th for public sector technology?
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Cabinet Office clarifies its procurement position
By David Bicknell
Department indicates clauses in Small Business Act are not about centralising procurement, but streamlining it so that small businesses can gain better access to public sector contracts
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AWS backs new procurement vehicles for UK cloud evolution
By Neil Merrett
Global supplier claims G-Cloud is a good first stab to support UK public sector procurement innovation, but calls for further clarity on security compliance
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A manifesto for e-procurement change
Political parties have made increased SME participation in Whitehall procurement a key plank of their election platforms. But how they plan on working with existing and upcoming regulations to achieve this is unclear. Pedro Paulo, chief executive of e-procurement specialist Gatewit, explains
Public Services > Central government > Features
Cabinet Office procurement plans almost "perverse" and "draconian"
By David Bicknell
Clauses inserted into Small Business, Enterprise and Employment Act may impact local authority procurements
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