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New York City sets out to bring more transparency to decisions made by algorithms
By David Bicknell
City council bill seeks to provide recommendations on how information on agency automated decision systems may be shared with the public and how agencies can remedy negative impacts
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HMCTS seeks programme director to lead its digital transformation
By Matteo Natalucci
£120k role will be responsible for building an integrated programme delivering the technology and business change to realise it
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Labour hopes ideas-led ‘People’s Plan’ will achieve digital ambitions
By David Bicknell
Party wants Britain to lead digital world on back of citizen-driven ideas, taking leaf out of Podemos’ book in Spain and city governments such as Reykjavik
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NI’s Land and Property Services issues tender for spatial data management
By Matteo Natalucci
£4m contract for supporting services for the OSNI 2015 large-scale mapping data in the LPS spatial Database
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Cabinet Office seeks deputy director head of portfolio management
By Matteo Natalucci
£118k role will set the direction for the development and implementation of systems, tools and data management
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Environment Agency readies plan to upgrade national telemetry systems
By David Bicknell
Agency looks for supplier input ahead of likely £1m contract to rebuild core infrastructure to provide improved communication options for system’s 5500 outstations
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PAC “sceptical” departments are up to job of delivering border systems for Brexit
By David Bicknell
Watchdog warns around 30  of  85  IT  systems  used  at  border  will  need  to  be  replaced  or  changed  when  UK  leaves  the  EU; departments must “step up” and be prepared for no-deal scenario, it warns
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FCO launches ECHO2 framework tender to link departments with embassies  
By David Bicknell
£75m to £350m data connectivity framework opened up to bids to connect ministerial headquarters in the UK with respective embassies and consulates around the world
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EU skills coalition wants to beef up digital capabilities across Europe
By Matteo Natalucci
European companies and organisations were invited to submit projects they have implemented to improve digital skills in Europe
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Home Office explores using data analytics platform to identify cyber threats
By David Bicknell
Digital Outcomes and Specialists opportunity discusses “innovative, exploratory project” using analytics platform to identity threats from AWS protective monitoring logs
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EU ministers reach agreement on 5G roadmap
By Matteo Natalucci
EU goal is to achieve 5G connectivity across all major European cities and major transport routes by 2025
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Competition and Markets Authority seeks a chief data and digital insights officer
By Matteo Natalucci
£130k role will be responsible for the development of new approaches to data collection and analysis
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BBC hunts supplier to provide digital testing services
By Matteo Natalucci
£30m tender issued for single-supplier framework for services including functional and non-functional testing, and test management for digital products, applications and websites
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Companies House bids to acquire new digital director
By David Bicknell
BEIS agency responsible for incorporating and dissolving limited companies will offer £100K-£125K to find leader to solve two-fold digital challenge
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Government to consult on amending the Investigatory Powers Act
By Matteo Natalucci
Government plans to amend IP Act to recognise European concerns – but will consult on changes needed in response to ECJ ruling; new Office for Communications Data Authorisations proposed
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