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ICO announces deputy chief executive appointment
By Neil Merrett
UK data regulator has filled two senior leadership roles; Paul Arnold and James Dipple-Johnstone become deputy CEO and deputy commissioner of operations respectively
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Whitehall IT Quality and Assurance framework launched
By Neil Merrett
CCS partners with the Home Office to provide public sector organisations with means to evaluate infrastructure, environments and overall performance of technology
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Defra set to launch end user procurement under UnITy programme
By David Bicknell
Potential £131m contract competition will get underway with market engagement day next month; tender notice set for early June
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HMRC launches recruitment to replace former CDIO Mark Dearnley
By David Bicknell
Role has been covered on an interim basis by Mike Potter since Dearnley’s departure last autumn; advertised role carries £180K salary
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dxw nabs GDS delivery operations lead
By David Bicknell
Poss Apostolou is latest GDS specialist to join firm, following five others
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HMRC launches digital tax pilots for businesses
By Neil Merrett
Select companies and agents will from this month be asked to help trial new digital services on the back of recent Treasury Committee concerns about the department’s approach
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Australian digital transformation gets a new leader
By David Bicknell
Gavin Slater, a former National Australia Bank executive, will be new chief executive of the Digital Transformation Agency
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Start-ups backed to transform public sector through GovStart growth programme
By David Bicknell
Group of supporters includes Whitehall great and good such as former HMRC CDIO Mark Dearnley, procurement chief Bill Crothers, former and current GDS leaders Mike Bracken and Kevin Cunnington and National Technology advisor Liam Maxwell
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Home Office recruits for top IT engineering and architecture roles
By David Bicknell
Department searches for Lead Architect for Borders IT, and Head of Engineering & Architecture
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Single Whitehall data and technology jobs framework moves to beta
By Neil Merrett
Initial cross-government work has concluded on first version of agreement that has been developed to create a single language and structure to define Whitehall technical roles
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Treasury Committee frets over status of HMRC’s CDS customs project
By David Bicknell
Change from Green to Amber/Red since November prompts letters to HMRC and the Infrastructure and Projects Authority querying reasons for the downgrade
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Summer launch planned for GOV.UK Verify private sector testing
By Neil Merrett
Three companies in place to set up a ‘Sandbox’ environment to test separate hubs that can potentially link the finance and retail sectors to Whitehall ID assurance platform
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Manzoni leads UK chief data officer hunt in wider reform drive
By Neil Merrett
GDS head Kevin Cunnington says ongoing recruitment reflects ubiquity of data across whole of government; Manzoni forms new board to accelerate Whitehall transformation aims
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ONS opens new Data Science Campus
By David Bicknell
Office for National Statistics operation created in wake of Bean Review to beef up existing statistics-gathering by harnessing new data sources and technologies
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