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Norfolk looks to procure 'joined-up' social care system County council pre-tender urges need for integration of social care system with identity management, local information hub, records management, CRM and access control Services > BPO > News
CCS launches £250m PHRF2 framework pre-tender Market engagement to be held later this month for successor agreement to back office procurement vehicle for managed services that expired last December Public Services > Central government > News

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ERP

Southern police forces pick preferred bidder for £120m ERP deal
By David Bicknell
Thames Valley, Surrey and Sussex forces say announcement of mystery ERP vendor is imminent
Public Services > Blue light > News
Agilisys continues its Edinburgh partnership with CGI at Scottish Borders
Public sector specialist will deliver new ERP solution to replace Scottish council's current Finance and HR systems
Public Services > Devolved > News

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CRM

Norfolk hunts for new head of ICT and IM
By David Bicknell
Role carrying potential £100,000+ salary will oversee £26m transformation programme as well as several major system replacement projects
Applications > Business Applications > News
NHS computer review launched amidst £4.2bn paperless push
By Neil Merrett
Professor Bob Wachter will report to government in June on findings as Jeremy Hunt today reaffirms investment aims looking at health apps and online service development
Applications > CRM > News

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Patient Records

HSCIC to commence patient data sharing opt outs this month
By Neil Merrett
'Type 2' objections received since 2014 to sharing of data will now be honoured; Caldicott findings delayed until after EU referendum with public consultation to follow
Public Services > Healthcare > News
Council worries over third party data sharing spurs encryption move
By David Bicknell
Suffolk County Council takes Egress Switch encryption route for Office 365
Public Services > Local government > News

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Middleware

HSCIC seeking supplier to link Health and Justice
By Charlotte Jee
NHS England working on how to replace existing healthcare services in the criminal justice system from June 2016
Applications > Business Applications > News
HMRC prepares to replace CHIEF
By Charlotte Jee
Department hoping to find a substitute for the business critical system, with Capgemini contract due to expire in January 2015
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SaaS

NHS.UK online overhaul continues as beta phase begins
By Neil Merrett
It is understood that beta version of revamped site could go live next year in attempt to streamline and standardise design and services
Public Services > Healthcare > News
Defra commences IT outsource exit plans with £30m pre-tender
By Neil Merrett
Department to meet with suppliers to outline best methods for UnITy programme with initial focus around replacing existing hosting and application management services
Public Services > Central government > News

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Open Source

Councils get £500k funding for digital and data projects
By David Bicknell
34 councils have gained funding for schemes to transform local services; winners include Adur, Worthing and West Sussex, Leeds and Calderdale, and Cambridgeshire and Peterborough
Business > Efficiency > News
GDS outlines initial DOS functions ahead of delayed launch
By Neil Merrett
Stakeholder questions viability of April launch date for agreement without looking to wider development community for Digital Marketplace coding support
Public Services > Central government > News

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Social Media

Liberal Democrats propose Digital Rights Bill
By Neil Merrett
13 step plan aims to reforms data protection and online privacy through stronger regulator and encryption technologies
Public Services > Central government > News
Socitm: CIOs "vital" to realising 'smart place' potential
By Neil Merrett
ICT heads key to developing 'smart places', while innovation body cites public trust as data sharing hurdle
Public Services > Central government > News

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Geographical Information

Environment Agency picks Fujitsu to deliver key flood warnings
By David Bicknell
Under four-year contract worth £4.6m, Fujitsu will develop system to extend Agency's reach to provide flood warnings through digital channels, including social media
Public Services > Central government > News
London boroughs back common standards-led data approach
By Neil Merrett
Kingston and Sutton ICT lead favours more regional, decentralised approach to data sharing, but sees value of certain national initiatives for purposes like ID assurance
Business > Efficiency > News

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Systems Software

"Blockchain as a service" offer targets Whitehall take-up
By Neil Merrett
Supplier partnership will look at building on existing work in the Isle of Man to target UK government demand for distributed ledger technologies
Public Services > Central government > News
Cambs, Herts and Beds police to expand shared service work
By Neil Merrett
Forces expect to go live with integrated HR, finance and payroll system from next year to curb use of separate technology solutions
Public Services > Police > News

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Business Applications

Accenture gains £40m, five-year Met deal for applications management services
By David Bicknell
Up to 60 new technology roles will be created in Newcastle, with discussions continuing over the future of 113 existing Capgemini and Unisys staff working on Met applications
Applications > Business Applications > News
Norfolk hunts for new head of ICT and IM
By David Bicknell
Role carrying potential £100,000+ salary will oversee £26m transformation programme as well as several major system replacement projects
Applications > Business Applications > News







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