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The fifth birthday of GOV.UK recently showed GDS to be in an upbeat mood. The departure of several senior figures has certainly led to a more softly-softly approach in the way the centre seeks to work with the key parts of government... Blogs > GlobalData Public Sector blog
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It’s All STEM Ahead for New All-Digital University
By Robert Stoneman
One of Higher Education’s most exciting projects, NMiTE, will establish the UK’s first ‘greenfield’ university for three decades. And it has ambitious ICT plans to support its digital vision
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Can SMEs help meet Whitehall's Brexit and GDPR challenges?
By David Bicknell
Twin headaches of Brexit and GDPR mean Whitehall procurers are revisiting using SIs. So what is the future now for SME growth? Is it time for SMEs to put their favours about?
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Brexit leak stokes fears UK Higher Education could lose its 'premier destination' status
By Robert Stoneman
Universities are bracing themselves for stormy waters ahead as the first hints of a post-Brexit education policy start to emerge
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Changing times at HMRC
By David Bicknell
Mike Potter may have missed out on the permanent CDIO role at HMRC. But he leaves having achieved much, only losing out to Jacky Wright whose strong GE CIO background says as much about her as her Microsoft label
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What did we learn from yesterday's Open Procurement for a Digital Government 'unconference'?
By Matteo Natalucci
Government wants to enhance buyer-supplier cooperation to deliver key services and extend the Digital Marketplace overseas - but there was no new detail about the planned Crown Marketplace procurement
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Whitehall says mandatory credit card pornography age checks “unlikely”
By Neil Merrett
DCMS and adult entertainment industry expects broader ‘framework’ approach to provide wider choice on how age can be proved without compromising privacy
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Caution urged over NHS Digital national data opt-out pledge
By Neil Merrett
With the government proposing a new national opt-out for sharing patient information beyond direct care purposes, doctors question whether this may undermine existing objections
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Don't judge a digital book by its cover
By David Bicknell
Caroline Nokes has taken on the role of minister with responsibility for GDS. Digital may not be her background, but she could make it her political legacy
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Microsoft wary of US Supreme Court foreign data access review
By Neil Merrett
Corporation’s president backs regulatory changes as opposed to allowing authorities unilateral e-mail access that could significantly infringe European and UK laws
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