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GDS to complete GOV.UK migration by year's end
By Neil Merrett
Government aims to complete migration for website of over 300 departments and bodies before the new year; 28 sites still to go
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Parliament to beef up digital presence
By Neil Merrett
Rob Greig will lead new digital service from March 2015 with goal of "getting parliament recognised for its presentation as well as its content"
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Doors close on G-Cloud 6 submissions
By Neil Merrett
Framework for supplier applications closed yesterday as spend stats show central government continues to dominate procurement
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HMRC migration onto GOV.UK takes shape
By David Bicknell
HMRC website home page redirected to HMRC organisation page on GOV.UK; technical manuals to remain on old platform - but accessed through GOV.UK- until next year
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GDS launches second GOV.UK Verify framework
By Neil Merrett
Framework will encourage providers to expand data sets used to verify identity such as through bank or mobile phone accounts
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MOJ hopes new intranet will help drive £900,000 a year savings
By David Bicknell
New system will help de-clutter MOJ's intranet sites and bring them onto a single platform
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Second Digital Services Framework tender launched
By Neil Merrett
£40m contract to replace existing framework expected to be open for nine months
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Cabinet Office to appoint Whitehall chief data officer
By Neil Merrett
Government confirms it is already working on appointment of data chief, though no timeline has been set presently
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Labour spells out opposition to emergency services tender
By David Bicknell
Party wants review of ESMCP tender on safety grounds, expressing its concerns over the speed of procurement
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Exemplars force Whitehall action - but new set may not be needed
By David Bicknell
Bracken highlights success of digital exemplar programme as journey, with 25 different 'stories'
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AXELOS picks key team for Cyber Resilience best practice launch
By David Bicknell
Team will help inform cyber resilience portfolio to be launched in 2015 that will complement ITIL and PRINCE2 frameworks
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Home Office appoints Credit Suisse's Sarah Wilkinson as CTO
By Neil Merrett
Wilkinson will take over from Denise McDonagh in February, with interim CDO Norman Driskell taking up his current role on permanent basis
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ID providers must "start from scratch" for new Verify approval
By Neil Merrett
Bidding for second government ID assurance framework to commence shortly, as GDS seeks to expand data sets used to ascertain identity; Verizon accreditation expected "soon"
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Submission date for Network Services put back to Jan 2015
By David Bicknell
New PSN framework submission date extended following 'clarification questions' from suppliers
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Verify to assure all government digital services by 2016
By Neil Merrett
NAO briefing warns that failure to meet deadline for rollout across online services will delay government's 'digital by default' ambitions
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