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A manifesto for e-procurement change
Political parties have made increased SME participation in Whitehall procurement a key plank of their election platforms. But how they plan on working with existing and upcoming regulations to achieve this is unclear. Pedro Paulo, chief executive of e-procurement specialist Gatewit, explains
Public Services > Central government > Features
Cabinet Office procurement plans labelled "perverse" and "draconian"
By David Bicknell
Clauses inserted into Small Business, Enterprise and Employment Act may impact local authority procurements
Public Services > Central government > News
Met to procure new integrated police system
By David Bicknell
Procurement route expected to be a "competitive procedure with negotiation"; process due to start this Autumn with anticipated go-live for the system set for Spring 2017
Business > Efficiency > News
Accenture wins battle to provide NHSmail replacement
By Neil Merrett
Company picked as preferred supplier for "future NHSmail" service that is expected to be implemented over the next year
Infrastructure > Cloud > News
Eduserv to add AWS support to assured hybrid cloud service
By David Bicknell
Hybrid cloud service coupled with Amazon Web Services is intended to provide secure, accredited cloud environment for sensitive information
Infrastructure > Cloud > News
Solihull awards data centre construction deal
By Neil Merrett
Council expects to begin migration to new facility by September this year as part of aims for more cost and energy efficient data hosting
Public Services > Local government > News
The mystery of the missing Cabinet Office spend data
By Neil Merrett
Department unable to comment on why the “previous government” has failed to update statistics since last July due to pre-election period; details of senior officials’ meetings also unavailable
Public Services > Central government > News
UKIP wants to reduce police forces and cut Whitehall departments
By David Bicknell
Party manifesto questions if having 43 constabularies is viable and plans corresponding reduction in PCCs; DECC, DFID and DCMS at risk of abolition
Public Services > Central government > News
Ten key questions for Labour on healthcare and technology
Ed Miliband has promised that Labour will "rescue our NHS, invest in its future and join up services from home to hospital". But as Kable's Andrena Logue explains, several core questions about Labour's intentions need to be asked
Public Services > Healthcare > News
Ten key questions for the Conservatives on healthcare and technology
David Cameron has pledged to secure the future of the NHS and protect and improve it. But as Kable's Andrena Logue explains, several questions still need to be addressed if that goal is to be achieved
Public Services > Healthcare > News
Liberal Democrats unveil manifesto document
By Neil Merrett
Party commits to Digital Bill of Rights, integrating public services at police and local authority level and extending GDS focus
Public Services > Central government > News
Socitm to standardise knowledge sharing approach
By Neil Merrett
Two year agreement with Knowledge Hub aims to provide single platform for the sharing of data and expertise among group's members through new website
Public Services > Local government > News
How Insight is helping Barnet Council make informed decisions
Barnet Council chief executive Andrew Travers explains the council's use of insight through data to improve its understanding of residents and deliver better, more informed services
Services > BPO > Features
Tory manifesto targets health and social care integration
By Neil Merrett
Election plan will up SME target for central government procurement to a third and confirms £8bn NHS funding pledge
Public Services > Central government > News
IT Public Sector Jobs Recover as They Now Account for 11% of All IT Consultancy Roles
This contrasts with 2012 when only 5% of new IT roles were created by central and local government.
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