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G-Cloud spend figures now two months out of date The Cabinet Office says there has been no change to the reporting policy for sales made through the Digital Marketplace; no updates have been posted since May 6 Public Services > Central government > News
CIPFA: commercial focus vital to council service innovation A new report details opportunities to improve authority incomes by profiting from functions including back office expertise sharing; skill base and public perceptions among key challenges Services > BPO > News

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CIO

DVLA’s Morley picks up CBE in New Year’s Honours list
By David Bicknell
Other honour recipients include Northern Ireland IS Shared Services director Barry Lowry, ministry of Justice COO Matthew Coats and Lily Lewis, programme manager at HMRC
Public Services > Central government > News
UKHO sets course to find new CTO
By David Bicknell
MoD trading fund’s key technology role will carry £100,000 salary
Public Services > Central government > News

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Green IT

Kable report sheds light on GDS's role and future
By David Bicknell
Newly published report discusses rise of the Government Digital Service, its role in Whitehall and offers scenarios for its future
Public Services > Central government > News
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

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Skills

IPO kicks off digital recruitment campaign
By David Bicknell
Intellectual Property Office to hold IT jobs event on Feb 2, with automated testers and software engineers among roles needed to support business change programme
Public Services > Central government > News
Live streaming and digital ID on techUK's police transformation wish list
By Neil Merrett
New report from industry body sets out key priorities for how it believes police may better meet Home Office digital transformation aims
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Security

GCHQ cyber security accelerator programme launches
By Neil Merrett
Seven start-ups become first organisations to be part of government-funded programme to work closely with intelligence personnel on devising new technologies
Applications > Business Applications > News
ONS mulls commercial data partnership to expand 3rd party sources
By Neil Merrett
Prior information notice looks to expand data and information that can be collected from third parties as the body looks to reform the scope of the UK Census
Public Services > Central government > News

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Open Data

GDS: by the words
By David Bicknell
The Government Digital Service celebrates its fifth birthday today. Its digital influence has spread beyond Whitehall into the wider public sector and even around the world. What has it achieved? And where does it go next?
Public Services > Central government > News
UK survey backs cross-Whitehall online citizen account formation
By Neil Merrett
New findings commissioned by IT supplier identifies service efficiency and convenience as key drivers for public take-up of digital government services
Public Services > Central government > News

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Identity

Home Office: EU court data ruling will not impact UK surveillance laws
By Neil Merrett
The government says UK Court of Appeal will have final verdict next year on legality of powers to collect and store bulk information on UK citizens in recently passed IP Act
Public Services > Central government > News
Live streaming and digital ID on techUK's police transformation wish list
By Neil Merrett
New report from industry body sets out key priorities for how it believes police may better meet Home Office digital transformation aims
Management > Identity > News







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