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Defra addresses GOV.UK Verify user test concerns
By Neil Merrett
Flagship ID assurance faces growing pains as Defra and Experian work to address user difficulties
Management > Identity > News
NAO highlights DfE's oversight gap on underperformance
By David Bicknell
Watchdog's criticism may spur need for new ICT systems to provide missing information on intervention effectiveness
Public Services > Education > News
DWP appoints Maximus to oversee work capability assessments
By Neil Merrett
Three year contract will see Maximus retain Atos infrastructure, IT and most existing assessors as company pledges to increase health specialists
Public Services > Central government > News
Cabinet Office sets out identity assurance expansion aims
By Neethu Dadhich
Government unveils ten online services expected to implement GOV.UK Verify by March 2015, with further take up expected in the new year
Public Services > Central government > News
Edinburgh's Apps challengers win digital kudos
By David Bicknell
Health and sport apps focus on improving life in Scottish capital
Infrastructure > Devices > News
Five companies win places on ‘managed email’ framework
By David Bicknell
Accenture, BT, CSC, Vodafone and GDIT named on two-year framework which will drive procurement of NHSMail2
Public Services > Healthcare > News
Home Office launches e-Borders tribunal payment appeal
By Neil Merrett
Challenge registered with High Court against tribunal decision awarding £224m to Raytheon over government's termination of border system contract
Public Services > Central government > News
G-Cloud 6 to go live in early February
By Neil Merrett
Sixth iteration of framework set to go to OJEU next week, with Digital Services 2 being published later in November
Public Services > Central government > News
Liverpool seeks new CIO as LDL moves in-house
By Neil Merrett
Authority now interviewing candidates to replace current IT head once Liverpool Direct transfer is completed
Management > CIO > News
PAC demands Home Office address border IT failings
By Neil Merrett
Report calls for system-wide border system revamp to end asylum backlog; Home Office says efforts to introduce more modern immigration IT underway
Public Services > Central government > News
HMRC tells PAC: Business case for Aspire replacement due next Spring
By David Bicknell
Department faces insistent probing from Margaret Hodge's Public Accounts Committee over HMRC's expected costs for moving to a smaller contract regime
Public Services > Central government > News
DWP: No evidence Universal Credit “unworkable”
By Neil Merrett
Department rejects allegations in Channel 4 'Dispatches' programme that IT underpinning £13bn valued welfare reform project cannot handle claims
Public Services > Central government > News
Tri-borough report urges more integration and expansion
By Neil Merrett
Updated Tri-borough agreement would strengthen commercial capabilities and expand membership
Public Services > Local government > News
Adopting a collaborative approach to budgeting - the secret to saving £1m
Charlotte Wynn from Cheshire West and Chester County Council says public sector organisations needing to collaborate in unprecedented ways can only do so if everyone is working from the same, up-to-date, accurate financial data
Applications > Business Applications > Features
CCS launches ICT Services for Education framework
By David Bicknell
Cloud, virtualisation and BYOD likely to be key drivers for £300m framework due since pre-tender out in Summer 2013
Public Services > Education > News
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