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CCS presses ahead with a standard service to departments
By David Bicknell
Activity as part of managed service provided to seven departments, including DWP, Home Office and MoD now transferred back to departments after CCS’ change of operating model
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HMRC looks for clarity as government lays out customs thinking
By David Bicknell
Paper to be published today expected to say Britain is looking to remain in customs union with EU for couple of years
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Sarah Wilkinson starts new role as NHS Digital chief executive
By Matteo Natalucci
New NHS Digital chief replaces Rob Shaw, who acted as interim chief executive for the last six months
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GDS issues tender for the redesign of government licensing service
By Matteo Natalucci
Provider sought to conduct discovery into user needs of license applicants and local authorities and take this through alpha
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GDS appoints new COO 
By Matteo Natalucci
Alison Pritchard joins GDS as new chief operating officer
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GDS to start offering Notify to local government.
By Matteo Natalucci
GDS to invite 20 service teams in local government to start using Notify
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Data Science Campus outlines plans for Fall
By Matteo Natalucci
Data Science Campus provides updates on its first 100 days of work and details plans for months ahead
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EU to host Digital Summit in Tallinn 
By Matteo Natalucci
EU leaders to discuss the digital development of Europe focusing on security and e-Government solutions 
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Network and Information Systems directive to impact UK companies, despite Brexit
The UK government has announced its support for the directive and the setting up of a consultation to transpose the directive into UK legislation
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Huddle keeps its counsel on sale reports
By David Bicknell
Company says it is unable to comment on a report that it has been sold to Turn/River Capital
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Home Office issues £91m digitisation tender for immigration "front end services"
By David Bicknell
Competition will include biometrics and the digitisation of supporting evidence around how people either extend their stay in the UK, settle or pursue British nationality
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Border Force moves to digital checks
By Matteo Natalucci
Home Office to ditch paper landing cards first introduced in 1971 as part of digital border transformation program
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Government launches consultation on European network security directive
By David Bicknell
Consultation will consider how the European Union’s Network and Information Systems directive will be implemented from May 2018
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Home Office looks for help with move to AWS platform
By David Bicknell
DOS opportunity highlights department’s need for architect and developers to deliver live service by February 2018
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Government to introduce new data protection bill
By David Bicknell
Bill brings GDPR into UK law and will offer right to be forgotten and to require social media platforms to delete information on children and adults when asked
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