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UK data chief seeks end to government information silos Mike Bracken talks need for shared information registers across government - MP Matt Warman considers possible change in attitudes to single cradle-to-grave identity Public Services > Central government > News
NAO backs improved government access to outsource costs Findings into Whitehall's use of open-book accounting also call for common data standards, as outsource group says scrutiny should focus on added-value over profit 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

NAO backs improved government access to outsource costs
By Neil Merrett
Findings into Whitehall's use of open-book accounting also call for common data standards, as outsource group says scrutiny should focus on added-value over profit
Public Services > Central government > News
DSF2 go live date to be unveiled from next month
By Neil Merrett
Timeline for delayed launch of new framework expected to be announced following ten day standstill period ending in July
Public Services > Central government > News

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Security

Camden partners with IBM for big data cost savings drive
By Neil Merrett
Council says its residents index can ensure longer-term cost efficiencies around managing electoral and council tax data, while also helping tackle fraud
Business > Efficiency > News
Xerox chosen for £40m NHS print services overhaul
By Neil Merrett
Agreement with NHSBSA will look to review print management of critical business forms and set out the migration of certain services to digital formats
Public Services > Healthcare > News

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Open Data

UK data chief seeks end to government information silos
By Neil Merrett
Mike Bracken talks need for shared information registers across government - MP Matt Warman considers possible change in attitudes to single cradle-to-grave identity
Public Services > Central government > News
Cabinet Office will publish its missing spend data - but cannot say when
By Neil Merrett
Response to Government Computing FoI request declines immediate publication but insists that "preparations for publication are advancing"
Public Services > Central government > News

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Identity

Camden partners with IBM for big data cost savings drive
By Neil Merrett
Council says its residents index can ensure longer-term cost efficiencies around managing electoral and council tax data, while also helping tackle fraud
Business > Efficiency > News
NAO doubts effectiveness of £40m GP IT contract
By Neil Merrett
Auditor says GPES system has been significantly delayed with costs more than doubling, while only one customer organisation is currently using technology
Public Services > Healthcare > News



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