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CCS wants to replace its MISO reporting tool
By Matteo Natalucci
£260k project requires team to build to a more stable, easy to use  reporting tool to collect management information from suppliers
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Haringey and Islington to vote on a plan to transfer the ICT function to Camden
By Matteo Natalucci
The proposals will be considered by Haringey’s Cabinet on January 16  and at Camden Council’s Cabinet on January 24
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Government wants better mobile and Wi-Fi connectivity for rail passengers
By Matteo Natalucci
As part of its 5G strategy, the Government has committed to improving mobile and Wi-Fi coverage on trains
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BEIS seeks head of knowledge and information management
By Matteo Natalucci
£90k role will be responsible for building and delivering knowledge and information management strategy, policy and processes across BEIS
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Public sector and digital figures gain New Year’s Honours List success
By David Bicknell
Former BCS president and DWP programme director Ray Long becomes a Companion of the Order of the Bath; techUK president Jacqueline de Rojas receives Commander of the Order of the British Empire award 
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HMRC’s Jacky Wright optimistic on Customs Declaration Service delivery
By David Bicknell
New HMRC CDIO insists “I don’t see anything that is inhibiting us from delivering on our agenda” and highlights growing use of robotics in department’s transformation toolkit
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Government wants high speed broadband to become a legal right
By Matteo Natalucci
Government confirmed its commitment of giving everyone access to high speed broadband by 2020
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HMRC seeks a deputy category director for IT 
By Matteo Natalucci
£130k role will be responsible for supporting sourcing activity in the IT sub-category
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DCMS outlines steps towards the 5G Future
By Matteo Natalucci
Government details the next phase of work aimed at discovering new and innovative use cases for 5G
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ONS field force personnel swap paper for tablets
By Matteo Natalucci
Statistics office's field personnel get a technology upgrade and will begin collecting survey data using tablets instead of paper questionnaires
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Government launches competition for new Institutes of Technology
By Matteo Natalucci
£170m contest aims to bridge the country’s technical and digital skills gaps
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GDS explains dropping of ‘gsi’ from government email
By David Bicknell
.gsi element of Whitehall and town hall email addresses will end by March 2019 to be replaced by organisations’ own domains
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New York wants to bring more transparency to algorithm decisions
By David Bicknell
Council bill looks for recommendations on how information on 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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