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Greater Manchester Combined Authority to launch data sharing body Creation of GM-Connect intended to support area's integration of health and social care and wider reform of public services Public Services > Local government > News
Coventry chief exec calls for debate over "outdated data sharing protocols" Martin Reeves believes "devolution, combined authorities, and the whole shifting tectonic plates" offers prospect of a new discussion over data sharing protocols Public Services > Central government > News

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CIO

HSCIC chair Kingsley Manning to stand down in May
By Neil Merrett
Recruitment underway to appoint new chairperson to help lead national technology schemes; no change in organisation's existing remit is expected as a result
Management > CIO > News
Metropolitan Police confirms new CIO appointment
By Neil Merrett
Former BG Group global CIO Angus McCallum has taken up new role with Met this week; force says it is too early to tell if there may be changes to current digital aims
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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

Lincolnshire attack throws spotlight on councils’ role in national cyber strategy
By David Bicknell
Socitm and DCLG at heart of key discussions to encourage and grow cybersecurity best practice within local government to help counter or prevent future attacks
Management > Identity > News
AXELOS launches new ITIL Practitioner qualification
By David Bicknell
Qualification intended to help organisations and individuals increase the value they obtain from adopting and adapting the ITIL framework
Public Services > Central government > News

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Security

Surveillance bill committee backs greater clarity over investigatory powers
By Neil Merrett
Cross-party group publishes findings on proposed legislation, recommending a parliamentary review every five years and clearer justifications around need for bulk data collection
Public Services > Central government > News
CESG to reform its security charging regime
By Neil Merrett
Body says it will be changing invoicing policy and charges for certain standards testing to support wider government cybersecurity ambitions
Business > Efficiency > News

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Open Data

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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Identity

BCS wants 'reckless' data disclosure to be criminal offence
By David Bicknell
Chartered Institute for IT wants failure to appropriately protect access to data through good information security practice to be a crime under Investigatory Powers Bill
Public Services > Central government > News
Privacy group to hold GOV.UK Verify talks next week
By Neil Merrett
PCAG understood to be undertaking higher level review of privacy in the government ID assurance programme such as the potential implications of the draft surveillance bill
Public Services > Central government > News







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