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ICO targets technical capability overhaul despite lack of Triennial review
By Neil Merrett
UK information commissioner Christopher Graham steps down from his role today calling for delayed government review of its structure and operations to be published
Public Services > Central government > News
Heaton commits MoJ to being data-driven
By David Bicknell
Department's permanent secretary tackles areas such as data sharing and predictive analytics
Public Services > Justice > News
Prime Minister unveils 'Whitehall unit' to oversee EU exit plans
By Neil Merrett
New body overseen by MP Oliver Letwin expected to engage and impact all Whitehall and devolved organisations
Public Services > Central government > News
Public sector faces Brexit policy paralysis
By David Bicknell
The implications for the civil service, technology suppliers, digital transformation, procurement and jobs from the referendum result are enormous
Public Services > Central government > News
In defence of G-Cloud
Nicky Stewart, commercial director at Skyscape Cloud Services, responds to recent concerns about G-Cloud from Memset co-founder and managing director Kate Craig-Wood
Public Services > Central government > Features
Ed Garcez and BT's Tom Baker plot London ICT framework success
By David Bicknell
Garcez and Baker hope to see health organisations using a new £200m ICT framework and everyone sharing the learning from it
Management > CIO > Features
Public sector IT industry braces for post-referendum uncertainty
By Neil Merrett
Civil Service head commits to maintain "business as usual" for Whitehall functions ahead of David Cameron's departure as UK prepares for EU exit
News
News in Brief - June 23
By Neil Merrett
GDS seeks a director for the Digital Marketplace as efforts get underway to support a "radical redesign" of its Digital Service Standard, Angus Council becomes latest authority to join SWAN
Public Services > Central government > News
Whitehall holds its breath over Referendum fallout
By David Bicknell
If Britain votes for Brexit, the civil service, legislation, processes and IT systems face years of uncertainty and upheaval, though still with opportunities for some. A Remain vote, however, could see policy and procurement confidence flooding back
Blogs > Government Computing Network Blog
NHS England yet to finalise chief technology officer requirements
By Neil Merrett
Organisation says CITO recruitment still underway, meanwhile application deadline for £131,301 per annum director of digital experience role to conclude this week
Public Services > Central government > News
Would a Brexit slow the UK Government's digital transformation drive?
James Norman, public sector CIO at EMC, considers the implications on Whitehall digital transformation of a vote to Leave the EU
Public Services > Central government > Features
Police ICT Company chief worries about body-worn video procurement
By David Bicknell
Martin Wyke applauds innovation from body-worn video adoption but warns of lack of common technical standards, wide variation in unit cost and little thought given to data use, sharing and storage
Public Services > Police > News
Support urged to increase social care digital service uptake
By Neil Merrett
Socitm, LGA and other stakeholders outline findings playing up value of digital inclusion initiatives for supporting care providers and service users
Management > Identity > News
NHS England chief reiterates integrated care and innovation needs
By Neil Merrett
Simon Stevens says more work is needed to link care systems; new funding route to be offered to streamline adoption of innovative technology like devices and apps
Infrastructure > Devices > News
Capita buys Trustmarque for £57m
By David Bicknell
Move gives Capita access to Trustmarque's specialist software resale, licensing and technology services; Trustmarque has strong public sector presence in local government and the NHS
Applications > Business Applications > News
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