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Theresa May to discuss surveillance bill aims following Paris attacks
By Neil Merrett
Home secretary expected to raise draft Investigatory Powers Bill in speech today outlining UK response to Friday's attacks in France
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ID assurance at heart of "platform-based government" approach
By Neil Merrett
Government CTO discusses "disruptive potential of ID assurance platform to ensure secure, user-focused services across public sector as Spending Review draws near
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May outlines Investigatory Powers Bill provisions
By David Bicknell
Home secretary says there will be no ban on encryption; revised Bill to be introduced to Parliament in the spring; local authorities banned from accessing communications data
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Hancock eyes transparency and platforms at heart of service reform
By Neil Merrett
Cabinet Office minister says transparency, open data and digital transformation will assist with aims to improve public services ahead of further spending cuts
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FOI Act committee launches consultation process
By Neil Merrett
Stakeholders invited to provide views on how current legislation balances transparency with potential burden on public organisations
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Corbyn's new political landscape
Last week's Labour Party conference turned the spotlight on the likely evolution of the party's policies in terms of IT and procurement under new leader Jeremy Corbyn
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Cabinet Office pledges closer US government digital link-ups
By Neil Merrett
Closer government collaboration around technology and adoption of private sector best practice seen as vital to "scale up" GDS and US digital team work
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Labour appoints shadow digital minister
By Neil Merrett
MP Louise Haigh will take responsibility for FOI Act, data security and privacy, while her predecessor Chi Onwurah takes up digital industries and culture brief
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Aussies' digital efforts set to benefit from new PM Turnbull's election
By David Bicknell
Former communication minister talks of creating a nation that is "agile, innovative and creative"
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Home Office launches ESN consultation
By David Bicknell
Exercise will run until September 29 and seek input on the provision of network infrastructure to support the Emergency Services Network
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Bracken outlines GaaP potential for criminal justice reform
By Neil Merrett
GDS executive director argues of benefit for cross government working and using technology to break down ministerial silos before stepping down from role next month
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Location, location, location
By David Bicknell
Moving departments out of Whitehall may offer economic benefits, but is there a subsequent information and knowledge-sharing cost?
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Better for less? Well undoubtedly changing......
By David Bicknell
The latest upheavals raise questions about whether GDS could revert to a role more in keeping with the goals of the 2010 white paper
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DCLG discusses Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire 'devo' deals
By Neil Merrett
Formation of two new combined authorities expected to support integrated transport and improved services as talks to refine devolution deals continue
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