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CCS procurement policy will replace ‘PQQs’ with ‘standard selection questionnaires’
By David Bicknell
New SSQ has been introduced to simplify supplier selection process and give SMEs a better chance of competing on bids
Public Services > Central government > News
Videogames inspire Newcastle’s citizen budget consultation
By Neil Merrett
Combining elements of video games with public engagement, the city council has launched a new budget simulation service that seeks citizen feedback on how it should balance spending
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Videogames inspire Newcastle’s citizen budget consultation
By Neil Merrett
Combining elements of video games with public engagement, the city council has launched a new budget simulation service that seeks citizen feedback on how it should balance spending
Applications > Business Applications > News
GDS data director outlines data register expansion ambitions
By Neil Merrett
Paul Maltby says Whitehall must do more to curb duplicated information held across government, while also backing need for clearer legislation on balancing privacy with service innovation
Public Services > Central government > News

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Services

Tech start-ups urged to work with Wayra and GCHQ to beef up cyber response
By David Bicknell
Wayra will run new cyber accelerator programme to help start-ups develop new wave of security systems capable of foiling attacks
Public Services > Central government > News
Former PAC chair Hodge takes aim again at Whitehall IT projects
By David Bicknell
Book, to be published this week, says committee would “laugh at the very idea” that a new IT project “might be introduced on time, within budget and save money”
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Videogames inspire Newcastle’s citizen budget consultation
By Neil Merrett
Combining elements of video games with public engagement, the city council has launched a new budget simulation service that seeks citizen feedback on how it should balance spending
Applications > Business Applications > News
Land registry awards contract for consolidated land charges register
By Neil Merrett
Organisation awards contract to consolidate land charge data from 326 councils and provide the information in standardised format
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Infrastructure

ICO commits to privacy crackdown on IoT devices
By Neil Merrett
UK data regulator committed to ensuring potential benefits of technologies like smart meters will not compromise privacy regulations on back of global study of 300 devices
Public Services > Central government > News
North Yorks Police makes new networks move
By David Bicknell
End of Virgin Media Business contract in March 2017 prompts decision to replace WAN with new solution
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Public Services

CCS procurement policy will replace ‘PQQs’ with ‘standard selection questionnaires’
By David Bicknell
New SSQ has been introduced to simplify supplier selection process and give SMEs a better chance of competing on bids
Public Services > Central government > News
Videogames inspire Newcastle’s citizen budget consultation
By Neil Merrett
Combining elements of video games with public engagement, the city council has launched a new budget simulation service that seeks citizen feedback on how it should balance spending
Applications > Business Applications > News







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