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Initial judicial reckoning for Investigatory Powers Act expected in New Year By Neil Merrett
Campaign groups are reviewing how best to challenge key provision in new legislation that received Royal Assent on Tuesday - formalising surveillance powers in wider public sector... Blogs > Government Computing Network Blog
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Hammond signals government commitment to R&D and innovation
By David Bicknell
Chancellor wants UK to be a 5G leader and announced creation of a national productivity investment fund
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Lessons for project sponsors from Trump's winning campaign
By David Bicknell
Inspiration, perspiration, and imagination are three of the most important attributes needed to be a senior responsible owner or project sponsor. And they resonate with Donald Trump's campaign
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BEIS digital recruitment head to stand down citing GDS concerns
By Neil Merrett
Ann Kempster announces intention to leave central government role over concerns at what she claims is “slow dismantling” of existing Whitehall digital focus
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UK begins to face up to post-Brexit data protection landscape
By Neil Merrett
With the UK government having to adopt GDPR regulations ahead of Brexit, one legal expert expects the country's global competitiveness to be reliant on matching or exceeding EU standards
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Fretters over spend control 'relaxation' seek to shore up GDS approach
By David Bicknell
Blog details effectiveness of GDS spend controls and appears to want to influence Kevin Cunnington's plan to be more collaborative about the use of controls
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Digital transformation: measuring the progress
By David Bicknell
The early thoughts of GDS chief Kevin Cunnington last week provided a clue on how the much-watched organisation sees its role. At the same time, government think tanks and watchdogs are starting to draw their own digital government conclusions
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Stephen Foreshew-Cain joins GDS predecessor at Co-op
By Neil Merrett
Two months after leaving Whitehall, former GDS chief exec moves to member-owned company where he will re-team with Mike Bracken and other organisation alumni
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Called to Account
By David Bicknell
Margaret Hodge's combative stewardship of the Public Accounts Committee put senior civil servants and private sector leaders under a harsh spotlight in an unrelenting value for money crusade, as her new book details
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Blockchain and data sharing among digital economy debate concerns
By Neil Merrett
Opposition MPs set out a number of key criticisms of proposed legislation to outline infrastructure and regulation to support increasingly digital services in the UK
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