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New legislation will allow PCCs to take control of fire services Government will allow elected police commissioners to submit business case to take over local fire service remit for review if parties fail to reach agreement Public Services > Blue light > News
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Home secretary unhappy over "lack of digital join up" in police IT
By Neil Merrett
Home secretary tells suppliers that too much funding is going on fragmented systems, urging improved collaboration with the Police ICT Company
Infrastructure > Devices > News
New legislation will allow PCCs to take control of fire services
By Neil Merrett
Government will allow elected police commissioners to submit business case to take over local fire service remit for review if parties fail to reach agreement
Public Services > Blue light > News

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Procurement

News in Brief - February 9
By Neil Merrett
HP awarded Scottish Government desktop client devices framework deal, Treasury-convened group backs open banking standards and a remove service function is added to G-Cloud for suppliers
Infrastructure > Cloud > News
G-Cloud 6 to remain open until August
By Neil Merrett
Six month extension for framework officially confirmed by government; updates on status of efforts to launch G-Cloud 8 expected at later date
Public Services > Central government > News

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Efficiency

EMIS Health claims first mover advantage in open standards for interoperability move
By David Bicknell
Company to roll out update to its EMIS Web clinical system allowing it to interoperate with third party suppliers that conform to a published set of open APIs
Business > Efficiency > News
Oracle expands UK data centre cloud offerings
By David Bicknell
Government welcomes announcement of investment at company's UK site as part of plans to offer Platform-as-a-Service functions to build on public sector interest in Cloud First approach
Public Services > Central government > News

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Transformation

NEC and Bristol is Open get smart together
By David Bicknell
Partnership between Japanese vendor and Bristol City Council-University of Bristol JV intended to accelerate progress toward creating world's first open programmable city
Public Services > Local government > News
News in Brief - February 9
By Neil Merrett
HP awarded Scottish Government desktop client devices framework deal, Treasury-convened group backs open banking standards and a remove service function is added to G-Cloud for suppliers
Infrastructure > Cloud > News

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Flexible Working

New legislation will allow PCCs to take control of fire services
By Neil Merrett
Government will allow elected police commissioners to submit business case to take over local fire service remit for review if parties fail to reach agreement
Public Services > Blue light > News
Hewlett Packard Enterprise starts to define its future
By David Bicknell
John Manzoni says focusing on small companies is "not going to be good enough; HPE unveils hybrid cloud relationship with Microsoft among series of "hybrid infrastructure" announcements
Public Services > Central government > News







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