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Verizon joins GOV.UK Verify accredited suppliers list Company is the fourth out of nine contracted suppliers to be cleared to carry out identity checks for the government's ID assurance platform Public Services > Central government > News
Poll regulator uncertain on online voter registration review Electoral Commission unable to confirm if difficulties with digital registration will be included in its post-election review Public Services > Central government > News

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CIO

Cabinet Office remains committed to projects watchdog
By David Bicknell
Major Projects Authority expected to begin process to recruit permanent leader later this year
Public Services > Central government > News
National Crime Agency looks to make key CIO choice
By David Bicknell
Incoming CIO likely to have to make decision on whether to maintain cost-reduction stance based on outsourcing or consider an alternative "commercial structure"
Management > CIO > News

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Green IT

NHS SBS partners with Tradeshift for e-invoicing push
By Neil Merrett
Joint venture's partnership to address 'limited take up of e-invoicing in NHS'
Business > Efficiency > News
DVSA requests tower services for end user computing support
By Neil Merrett
£12m contract cover installation, maintenance and ongoing support for end user devices and licensing of core software applications
Infrastructure > Cloud > News

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Skills

CCS expected to drop e-auction from DSF2 tender
By Neil Merrett
Changes to terms of current framework procurement likely to be confirmed next week as work continues on planning third iteration of the Digital Services Framework
Public Services > Central government > News
Mastek UK acquires Agile specialist IndigoBlue
By David Bicknell
Acquisition extends Mastek's public sector Agile capabilities and will help deliver an "end to end transformational service"
Public Services > Central government > News

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Security

Hancock reinforces Government as a Platform approach
By David Bicknell
Cabinet Office minister offers strong support for GDS and hints at focus on payments platform
Public Services > Central government > News
ICO fines South Wales Police £160,000 over evidence breach
By Neil Merrett
Force also asked to sign undertaking to address future possibility of similar data breaches; however wider review of UK police policy seen as unnecessary
Public Services > Police > News

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Open Data

Highways England mulls GIS expansion potential
By Neil Merrett
Organisation’s use of mapping tools to inform ongoing provision of cycling schemes viewed as key exemplar to encourage further take up of the technology
Public Services > Central government > News
Welsh chief digital officer plans at “very early stage”
By Neil Merrett
Devolved authority presently looking at examples of how other public sector bodies have delivered CDO role before finalising plans
Management > CIO > News

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Identity

Hancock reinforces Government as a Platform approach
By David Bicknell
Cabinet Office minister offers strong support for GDS and hints at focus on payments platform
Public Services > Central government > News
NHS England claims 97% GP online services availability
By Neil Merrett
Figures find 55 million people in England can now check summary records online, although only a small fraction are currently accessing the service, GP says
Public Services > Healthcare > News



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