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CCS addresses concerns over DSF2 sustainable day rates
By Neil Merrett
Submissions close for second Digital Services Framework with CCS retaining reverse auction for bidders
Public Services > Central government > News
GOV.UK Verify constrained by need for more datasets
By Neil Merrett
Cabinet Office says ID assurance tool not working "for everyone yet" as it extends trial for select users wishing to access HMRC self assessment service
Public Services > Central government > News
City & Guilds goes digital with UNIT4 ERP choice
By David Bicknell
Agresso ERP contract intended to underpin shared services for HR and projects
Applications > Business Applications > News
CCS puts back Network Services again - to Feb 19th
By David Bicknell
Closing date for PSN framework tender submission extended for the fourth time
Infrastructure > PSN > News
ICO content with community healthcare data protection
By Neil Merrett
Data regulator says eight percent of data breach notices received since June 2013 concerning Health and social care in England relate to community providers
Public Services > Healthcare > News
Data ethics and local GDS expected to dominate government digital agenda
By Neil Merrett
Panel including shadow Cabinet Office secretary and TechUK CEO have outlined the key ICT challenges they expect to face the next government
Public Services > Central government > News
Met Police weighs up options to outsource corporate services
By David Bicknell
SSCL could gain first non-Whitehall customer if deputy major approves business case
Public Services > Police > News
DWP ponders Universal Credit digital test expansion
By Neil Merrett
Expansion plan will depend on outcome of controlled testing of service for online delivery of benefit reform
Public Services > Central government > News
Ordnance Survey shake-up backed for open data promise
By Neil Merrett
Data expert says operational change to a GovCo could ensure more flexible use of geospatial data, though full commitments are yet to be finalised
Public Services > Central government > News
MPs throw down Aspire gauntlet to HMRC - and the Cabinet Office
By David Bicknell
PAC criticises HMRC over managing Aspire and delay in presenting business case - and questions if Cabinet Office's 'red lines' on IT procurement "are realistic in a business as large as HMRC's"
Public Services > Central government > News
Capgemini lands DWP deal to find Crown Hosting design expert
By David Bicknell
Capgemini gets contract worth almost £100,000 to use "specialist cloud services" to find suitable security design suppliers
Public Services > Central government > News
Policy Exchange backs local digital service and single PSN
By Neil Merrett
Improved data sharing and a coordinated local digital service among recommendations to address cost pressure on local authorities
Public Services > Local government > News
Government as a Platform and ID assurance get Govcamp focus
By David Bicknell
Digital government 'unconference' also debates topics such as open government, open data, 'beyond transformation' and government APIs
Public Services > Central government > News
DVLA pursues cross-department code sharing
By Neil Merrett
Agency among growing number of departments sharing open source code using Github; experts call for greater outreach with developer community
Public Services > Central government > News
Open data: a public good
Labour's shadow Cabinet Office minister Chi Onwurah has called for a Data Review to ensure a common ethical framework that supports both open data and people controlling their own data
Public Services > Central government > Features
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