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Labour eyes further amendments to government broadband commitments
By Neil Merrett
Shadow Digital Economy Minister critical of plans to increase full fibre broadband coverage in latest Industrial Strategy green paper
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Revised Industrial Strategy targets data and digital infrastructure overhaul
By Neil Merrett
Green paper seeks to flesh out aims to support UK industry with focuses including smarter government data use; opposition questions lack of employee-focused considerations
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Whitehall confirms Brexit to blame for digital strategy delay
By David Bicknell
Government tells BEIS committee the delays have been caused by its need to consult following the Brexit referendum result
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SMEs risk being frozen out of ‘Consultancy TWO’ bids by 2200 day qualifying bar
By David Bicknell
New CCS management consultancy framework demands bids must demonstrate minimum total of 2200 consultancy days experience within period of 12 consecutive calendar months
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Manzoni targets further change in Whitehall data commitments
By Neil Merrett
Civil Service chief says work needed ensure sufficient infrastructure, skills and legislation are in place to allow government services to benefit from new tools and analysis techniques
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GCHQ cyber security accelerator programme launches
By Neil Merrett
Seven start-ups become first organisations to be part of government-funded programme to work closely with intelligence personnel on devising new technologies
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IPO kicks off digital recruitment campaign
By David Bicknell
Intellectual Property Office to hold IT jobs event on Feb 2, with automated testers and software engineers among roles needed to support business change programme
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Civica to push end-to-end digital credentials with company unification
By Neil Merrett
Formation of single digital transformation entity is designed to better position company to provide full-scale outsourcing, smaller-scale expertise and analytics support to Whitehall and beyond
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Environment Agency picks CGI to deliver new English flood forecasting system
By David Bicknell
New system under three year, £5m deal expected to help agency improve its flood forecasting capability more simply and effectively
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ONS mulls commercial data partnership to expand 3rd party sources
By Neil Merrett
Prior information notice looks to expand data and information that can be collected from third parties as the body looks to reform the scope of the UK Census
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Defra announces £10m pre-tender for livestock tracking system
By Neil Merrett
Common off-the-shelf technology being considered as part of potential procurement of new system to track livestock movement digitally in time for new legislation
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Care integration and shared services among Socitm 2017 focuses
By Neil Merrett
Organisation sets out core areas for its research over next 12 months to build on member concerns around security and open systems implementation
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DVLA’s Morley picks up CBE in New Year’s Honours list
By David Bicknell
Other honour recipients include Northern Ireland IS Shared Services director Barry Lowry, ministry of Justice COO Matthew Coats and Lily Lewis, programme manager at HMRC
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CCS details New Year aggregated technology procurement plans
By Neil Merrett
Expressions of interest to be sought from across the public sector for opportunities to obtain telephony and technology hardware to curb organisational spend
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Home Office: EU court data ruling will not impact UK surveillance laws
By Neil Merrett
The government says UK Court of Appeal will have final verdict next year on legality of powers to collect and store bulk information on UK citizens in recently passed IP Act
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