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Labour group unveils digital review strategy document
By Neil Merrett
Widespread adoption of GAAP model, open standards and the formation of a Local Government Digital Service (LGDS) among key proposals
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Labour committee outlines Universal Credit “rescue” strategy
By Neil Merrett
Labour committed to “principles” of Universal Credit project, despite concerns over apparent lack of clear blueprint and at least £40m in written off work
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Labour finalises its digital thinking
By David Bicknell
Report to inform party digital policy will be revealed at next week's party conference in Manchester
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GOV.UK identity assurance service to enter public beta
By Neil Merrett
HMRC, DVLA and Defra continue to invite select group of users to test online identification service ahead of wider rollout across government
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Tech UK manifesto backs digital ministers and local GDS
By Neil Merrett
Parties contesting next year's General Election urged to overhaul digital polices concerning local government, skilled migrants and education
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Parliament seeks leader for streamlined digital focus
By Neil Merrett
Recruitment begins for Parliamentary Digital Service director as part of ongoing efforts to improve resource sharing across Westminster
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HMRC beefs up its digital leadership team
By David Bicknell
Former NHS Blood and Transplant Service man Mike Potter to join Mark Dearnley's team as digital transformation director
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Home Affairs Committee urges passport management shake-up
By Neil Merrett
MPs call for passport office to lose its executive agency status, citing management failings and staff shortages that led to application backlog this year
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G-Cloud migration to be completed by end of September
By Neil Merrett
Cloudstore will close in late September as government prepares to complete G-cloud switch to Digital Marketplace
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Government wants outsourcing openness with revised FoI code
By Neil Merrett
Date yet to be set for publication of revised code of practice for FoI requests on private contracts, as ICO calls for end to “vagaries” within outsource deals
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Murphy-Cooper takes on National Archives CTO role
By David Bicknell
Former DfE interim CIO has just started technology officer role on an interim basis
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Cabinet Office sets up new identity providers contest
By Neil Merrett
Suppliers wanting to provide government with second wave of identity assurance services invited to October market briefing
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NAO worries if town halls and the NHS understand risk of cyber threats
By David Bicknell
Watchdog says NHS and local government may have "limited understanding" of cyber threat and "not yet understand what would represent an appropriate level of threat protection"
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Roberts wants less PSN compliance pain for Socitm members
By David Bicknell
Briefing highlights key role for Programme Board to ensure compliance practices work for councils and issues arising are dealt with "swiftly and collaboratively"
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GDS seeks G-Cloud accreditation feedback
By Neil Merrett
Responses sought for new G-Cloud security approach process facing suppliers looking to join future framework iterations
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