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Transforming Cabinet Office technology
By Charlotte Jee
An interview with Andy Beale, common technology services lead at GDS, on how a project to replace the Cabinet Office's IT estate might form a blueprint for the future of civil service IT
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2014: Delivering a digital culture change
Tim Lloyd, head of digital communications at the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills, believes 2014 needs to be a key year for digital in government
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PSN predictions for 2014
In a guest article, PSNGB marketing director Neil Mellor offers 10 predictions for PSN from BYOD, big data and its alignment with 'digital'
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Uncertainty swirls around Universal Credit
By Charlotte Jee
Questions remain regarding write-offs, the future of the current suppliers, GDS's role and what the digital solution will look like - with HM Treasury yet to decide on the business case
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Bridging the end user - IT divide
Louise Day, Head of IT at the Criminal Injuries Compensation Authority, on making the IT department more proactive and productive
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DfT speeds ahead on management information
By Charlotte Jee
The Department for Transport may provide a lesson in how to unlock government-wide value from data
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Opening up government
By Charlotte Jee
An interview with Jeni Tennison, technical director of the Open Data Institute, who discusses progress on releasing data, how it feeds into wider Whitehall technology reform and why companies should follow the government's lead
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Performing open heart surgery on an awake patient
By David Bicknell
The Skills Funding Agency's engaging CIO Richard Field discusses how his organisation's need to transform itself is pioneering a new approach in moving from a legacy architecture to 'digital by default'
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The secret weapon of the civil service
Three recent recruits discuss joining the government's 'Technology in Business' recruitment scheme and their role in pushing change across Whitehall
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Universal Credit: deliver it when it's ready
By David Bicknell
The controversial benefits project is in disarray, as this week's PAC hearing confirmed. Now it needs more time if it is to succeed
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A question of procurement
By David Bicknell
What is the government’s latest thinking on developing the Crown Commercial Service, its relationship with suppliers of all sizes and their performance, the role of frameworks and ‘dynamic purchasing’? David Bicknell reports.
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A Quiet Revolution?
By Charlotte Jee
The government is radically shaking up how and what it buys - and trying to spend more of its money with smaller businesses
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Secure sharing
By David Bicknell
How FCO Services is facilitating secure collaboration in the restricted world across Whitehall and beyond
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Picking up speed
By David Bicknell
What lessons are being learned about how the public services network (PSN) is developing? Our latest Q&A discussion offers some answers
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Life after David Shields in the Government Procurement Service
Colin Cram discusses the procurement landscape and the fallout from Shields' departure as GPS managing director
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