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MoJ set to launch digital plea service for motorists
By Neil Merrett
New secure website will allow individuals to respond to motoring offence charges online as part of wider court modernisation strategy
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EU agency outlines security framework for government clouds
By David Bicknell
"Logic model" considered to be flexible for adaptation to new security needs and requirements from other EU government clouds
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DWP awards SCC Universal Credit hosting contract
By Neil Merrett
Two year agreement will see department maintaining responsibility for development and operational support, with SCC providing infrastructure services
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Government SME spending tops £11bn during 2013/14
By Neil Merrett
Cabinet Office says direct and indirect spending has helped the government meet ambitions for 25% of its procurement to go through SMEs
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PAC questions Universal Credit digital contingency plans
By Neil Merrett
"Complicated and Expensive" twin track digital service development seen as right course for project, despite concerns over lack of contingency plans to address further delays
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Cabinet Office expected to take pragmatic tower model approach
By Neil Merrett
Whitehall policy over outsourcing of disaggregated contracts for public sector IT understood to remain unchanged, with all proposals to be judged on departmental basis
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Mobile working driving need for pro-active cyber security
By Neil Merrett
BT's government security business director Neil Mellor claims escalating cyber security threats are requiring the public sector to be more active in preparing for attacks
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13 government services to test GOV.UK Verify by August
By Neil Merrett
Universal Credit digital service to connect to government online ID assurance platform from March for beta testing
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Tower approaches in line with GDS policy, departments argue
By Neil Merrett
Organisations stand by disaggregated ICT contract approach despite Cabinet Office criticisms of public sector tower model use
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GDS says tower model "not in line with government policy"
By Neil Merrett
Current disaggregation approach to procurement deemed not in line with government best practice, as suppliers question future for upcoming tower agreements
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GDS rejects DSF2 cancellation arguments
By Neil Merrett
Commercial programme director Tony Singleton admits more needs to be done to get framework right; discovery phase set to outline direction of DSF3
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CCS introduces reforms to make procurement more accessible to SMEs
By David Bicknell
Rules will come into force from 26th February for central government contracting authorities
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Raytheon contests Home Office's High Court verdict over e-Borders
By David Bicknell
Supplier is critical of decision to throw out award, saying that respecting awards of arbitral tribunals is "a fundamental principle of international business"
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MoJ chief digital officer appointed GDS director
By Neil Merrett
Paul Shetler commences new Cabinet Office role this week after spending just over a year with the MoJ working on its exemplar services
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Home Office wins latest e-Borders legal battle
By David Bicknell
£200m+ judgement in favour of Raytheon set aside with new tribunal set to follow
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