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Shared Service

Devon Police consider Dorset shared ICT plan
By Neil Merrett
Decision expected to be taken by end of 2014 on potential ICT collaboration focused on improved cost effectiveness and interoperability
Business > Efficiency > News
Union raises MoJ outsource data protection fears
By Neil Merrett
PCS asks ministry to clarify if outsourcing of its shared service operations to joint venture with Steria breaches data protection laws
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Procurement

Skills agency awards BAE Systems £35m service integration deal
By David Bicknell
BAE Systems Applied Intelligence contract will deliver services across Skills Funding Agency's nationwide IT estate
Public Services > Central government > News
West Midlands force picks Accenture for digital help
By David Bicknell
Five year, £25m consulting deal will help drive digital and mobile transformation of police operations
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Efficiency

Devon Police consider Dorset shared ICT plan
By Neil Merrett
Decision expected to be taken by end of 2014 on potential ICT collaboration focused on improved cost effectiveness and interoperability
Business > Efficiency > News
NAO wants Cabinet Office's ERG to show more savings evidence
By David Bicknell
Auditor applauds efficiency group's sums, but calls for more information-gathering in its day-to-day work
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Transformation

Agilisys to assist Legal Aid Agency digital overhaul
By Neil Merrett
£5.7m contract will provide Civil Legal Advice (CLA) contact centre services via telephone and digital channels
Public Services > Central government > News
Government opts for open standard document format
By Neil Merrett
Microsoft criticises government switch to ODF and HTML file formats, citing "unproven" benefits for the public
Public Services > Central government > News

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Flexible Working

Kerslake leaves Civil Service leadership role
By David Bicknell
Reshuffle which led to surprise departures for Hague and Gove has also cost Sir Bob Kerslake his job in battle between ministers and mandarins
Public Services > Central government > News
Socitm expands local digital dashboard plans
By Neil Merrett
Library book renewal, council tax payment and bus pass allocations added to dashboard as part of ongoing expansion of GDS relationship
Public Services > Central government > News





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