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Rob Greig to leave Parliamentary Digital Service
By Matteo Natalucci
Greig to step down as director and head to the private sector
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Former G-Cloud programme director Tony Singleton joins Advice Cloud
By David Bicknell
Singleton plans to work with SMEs to help them make the most of public sector opportunities
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Ireland to build central gateway for e-Government services
By Matteo Natalucci
Gateway intended to offer an ‘easy, secure and reliable way’ to access e-Government services from across the country’s public administrations
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Shetler warns of need to “fix the basics first” in digital government
By David Bicknell
Former MoJ CDO raises concerns over ‘spending time and money’ on ‘big data, holographic interfaces, gamification and AI’ when ‘users still can’t find what they need when they need it’
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ENISA bids to lead EU cybersecurity programme
By Matteo Natalucci
Agency report outlines proposal to establish a centralised EU operation promoting stronger concerted  EU action to contrast cybersecurity
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Pensions Ombudsman wants IT managed service to help with relocation
By David Bicknell
DWP looks for provider for three year, £1.2m valued contract that includes potential year’s extension
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DWP hunts for new CTO
By David Bicknell
£140K role will be focused on creating DWP’s enterprise wide architecture, design and infrastructure
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IDT helps Italy’s towns goes digital
By Matteo Natalucci
Newly formed Italian Digital Team to help build ANPR database designed to combine all the demographic data of all Italian residents
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DCMS launches universal high speed broadband consultation
By Matteo Natalucci
Government to review voluntary BT proposal alongside consultation on regulatory Universal Service Obligation
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Europe is ready for free movement of Electronic Health Records, EU Report says
By Matteo Natalucci
Pan-European report details findings of attitudes to storing and sharing electronic health records across Europe
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EU plans new cybersecurity centre
By Matteo Natalucci
Move, which is response to impact of May’s WannaCry attack, is intended to beef up EU member states’ cyber security capabilities
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Public sector employees get Wi-Fi boost with 'govroam'
By David Bicknell
Wi-Fi service which evolved from eduroam likely to see major use in health and social care; NHS is fastest growing adopter
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DWP reveals ICT spend control exceptions
By David Bicknell
Figures from Oct-Dec 2016 reveal over 50 exceptions to spend controls, with £74.6m being spent on DWP’s HPE insource and £80m on the Desktop 21 contract extension
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GDS sets out vendor prospects from its transformation strategy plans
By David Bicknell
Kevin Cunnington and GDS colleagues discuss ‘Government as a Platform’ developments with prospective vendors in techUK briefing
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Government to fund new cyber security innovation centre for London
By Matteo Natalucci
Whitehall to allocate £14.5m backing competition for new centre in London
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