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Labour wants to bring council websites within GOV.UK platform Party sets out digital and IT plans including commitments to "ethical data", disaggregated IT contracts and common platforms for local government transformation Public Services > Central government > News
Government settles eBorders dispute with Raytheon at cost of £150m Long running legal battle settled "with no admission of liability on the part of the government" Public Services > Central government > News

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Work commences on third Digital Services Framework
By Neil Merrett
Cabinet Office expects to begin compiling invitation to tender (ITT) documents for DSF3 after pre-election period ends
Public Services > Central government > News
Labour wants to bring council websites within GOV.UK platform
By Neil Merrett
Party sets out digital and IT plans including commitments to "ethical data", disaggregated IT contracts and common platforms for local government transformation
Public Services > Central government > News

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Management

Work commences on third Digital Services Framework
By Neil Merrett
Cabinet Office expects to begin compiling invitation to tender (ITT) documents for DSF3 after pre-election period ends
Public Services > Central government > News
Government settles eBorders dispute with Raytheon at cost of £150m
By David Bicknell
Long running legal battle settled "with no admission of liability on the part of the government"
Public Services > Central government > News

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Services

Work commences on third Digital Services Framework
By Neil Merrett
Cabinet Office expects to begin compiling invitation to tender (ITT) documents for DSF3 after pre-election period ends
Public Services > Central government > News
Government settles eBorders dispute with Raytheon at cost of £150m
By David Bicknell
Long running legal battle settled "with no admission of liability on the part of the government"
Public Services > Central government > News

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Applications

Labour wants to bring council websites within GOV.UK platform
By Neil Merrett
Party sets out digital and IT plans including commitments to "ethical data", disaggregated IT contracts and common platforms for local government transformation
Public Services > Central government > News
Telstra Health acquires Dr Foster for data analytics push
By Neil Merrett
Acquisition of UK-based analysis service provider designed to expand experience with integrated health care solutions
Public Services > Healthcare > News

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Infrastructure

MoD awards secure application hosting environment deal
CGI will supply private cloud solution to ministry under two year agreement, with first set of applications now being hosted through the platform
Infrastructure > Cloud > News
Digital Services Store migrated to Digital Marketplace
By Neil Merrett
Service for commissioning digital expertise now being hosted alongside G-Cloud on government procurement platform
Public Services > Central government > News

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Public Services

Work commences on third Digital Services Framework
By Neil Merrett
Cabinet Office expects to begin compiling invitation to tender (ITT) documents for DSF3 after pre-election period ends
Public Services > Central government > News
Defra defends itself over MP's criticism of online CAP applications
By David Bicknell
Department says over 80% of farmers have now registered for payments; MPs want full information on costs of bringing the RPA's computer system up to full functionality
Public Services > Central government > News






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