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Shared Service

ODI calls for Whitehall Chief Data Officer
By Neil Merrett
Calls to create new data chief role among wider recommendations put to government on improving data sharing
Management > Open Data > News
Socitm responds to Labour digital plan
By Neil Merrett
Findings praised for placing high importance on local authority role in digital innovation, while concerns raised over possible GDS remit under plan
Public Services > Central government > News

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Procurement

Parliament to beef up digital presence
By Neil Merrett
Rob Greig will lead new digital service from March 2015 with goal of "getting parliament recognised for its presentation as well as its content"
Public Services > Central government > News
Doors close on G-Cloud 6 submissions
By Neil Merrett
Framework for supplier applications closed yesterday as spend stats show central government continues to dominate procurement
Public Services > Central government > News

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Efficiency

NHS England online GP services support questioned
By Neil Merrett
Doctor warns primary healthcare risks being overwhelmed without more central ICT support
Business > Efficiency > News
MOJ hopes new intranet will help drive £900,000 a year savings
By David Bicknell
New system will help de-clutter MOJ's intranet sites and bring them onto a single platform
Public Services > Central government > News

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Transformation

Parliament to beef up digital presence
By Neil Merrett
Rob Greig will lead new digital service from March 2015 with goal of "getting parliament recognised for its presentation as well as its content"
Public Services > Central government > News
GDS launches second GOV.UK Verify framework
By Neil Merrett
Framework will encourage providers to expand data sets used to verify identity such as through bank or mobile phone accounts
Public Services > Central government > News

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Flexible Working

Whitehall considers EU ID assurance access
By Neil Merrett
Cabinet Office works to ensure potential interoperability of ID assurance service to access EU services as beta test continues to target user issues
Public Services > Central government > News






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