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MoD expects £1bn savings from IT contracts ATLAS Consortium involving HP, Fujitsu, Airbus Defence and Space and CGI gains £933m contract; Fujitsu awarded connectivity deal Public Services > Central government > News
'Quiet revolutionary' Mike Bracken to leave government GDS executive director said he met John Manzoni last week to say he is leaving government; contribution to government described as "unique and ground-breaking" Public Services > Central government > News

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Business

Interactivity drives Torbay’s BI overhaul aims
By Neil Merrett
Council now working to add in-house purchase card reconciliation as part of ongoing efforts to improve automation of its finance data
Public Services > Local government > News
Manzoni wants Whitehall to beef up its spending plans
By David Bicknell
Civil service chief executive sets out thinking behind creation of "Single Departmental Plans"
Public Services > Central government > News

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Management

Interactivity drives Torbay’s BI overhaul aims
By Neil Merrett
Council now working to add in-house purchase card reconciliation as part of ongoing efforts to improve automation of its finance data
Public Services > Local government > News
MoD expects £1bn savings from IT contracts
By David Bicknell
ATLAS Consortium involving HP, Fujitsu, Airbus Defence and Space and CGI gains £933m contract; Fujitsu awarded connectivity deal
Public Services > Central government > News

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Services

HMRC steps up digital talent search
By David Bicknell
Department looks to fill key vacancies in its London and Newcastle digital centres
Public Services > Central government > News
Met set to outsource three key back-office services to SSCL
By David Bicknell
Decision to outsource finance, procurement and HR to Sopra Steria-Cabinet Office joint venture set to be runner-stamped at 29th July meeting
Services > Outsourcing > News

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Applications

Interactivity drives Torbay’s BI overhaul aims
By Neil Merrett
Council now working to add in-house purchase card reconciliation as part of ongoing efforts to improve automation of its finance data
Public Services > Local government > News
NHS England denies seeking patient data from software groups
By Neil Merrett
HSCIC understands department had proposed direct requests for appointment details from suppliers despite being aware of its own collection and approval processes for data
Public Services > Central government > News

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Infrastructure

Forces battle Home Office's October PSN deadline
By David Bicknell
Migrating to Windows 8.1 and meeting PSN compliance could cost £2m for two South-East forces
Infrastructure > Devices > News
Bristol picks Civica to help drive improved housing management
By David Bicknell
Cloud-driven council will use Housing Cx system in £1.9m, five-year contract to underpin services for 61,000 tenants
Infrastructure > Cloud > News

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Public Services

'Quiet revolutionary' Mike Bracken to leave government
By David Bicknell
GDS executive director said he met John Manzoni last week to say he is leaving government; contribution to government described as "unique and ground-breaking"
Public Services > Central government > News
Interactivity drives Torbay’s BI overhaul aims
By Neil Merrett
Council now working to add in-house purchase card reconciliation as part of ongoing efforts to improve automation of its finance data
Public Services > Local government > News



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