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CIO

GDS: 20 exemplars to be live or in public beta by March 2015
By Neil Merrett
Government Digital Strategy update report says 65 arm’s length bodies agency websites and HMRC expected to be migrated to GOV.UK by the end of the year
Public Services > Central government > News
TfL to launch tender for SIAM procurement
By David Bicknell
Service integration and management contract set to be worth around £75m over five years with separate service towers contests to follow
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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

Use of VEAT notices to avoid contract competition grows
By David Bicknell
NHS is typical user of notices which allow only a ten-day standstill period for companies to challenge contract awards
Public Services > Central government > News
PAC challenges role of 'centre' of Whitehall
By David Bicknell
Critical report takes aim at Cabinet Office, Treasury and Number 10 for not intervening early enough to prevent major departmental projects and programmes failing
Public Services > Central government > News

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Security

Shared services and outsourcing still on councils' transformation agenda
By David Bicknell
Risk report considers transformation options for councils to improve service efficiency as health and social care driver places greater financial responsibilities on local authorities
Public Services > Local government > News
Kable report argues for rethink of security spending priorities
By David Bicknell
Report suggests that all networks should be assumed to be compromised and what matters most is forensic intelligence and ability to react to breaches
Public Services > Central government > News

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Open Data

Met Office partners with Open Data Institute
By Neil Merrett
Met Office first UK trading fund to work with ODI on making climate data more freely available
Public Services > Central government > News
Cloud and open data vital for public transport shakeup
By Neil Merrett
New guide identifies open standards and datasets as key tools for authorities to streamline public transport provision, despite related security challenges
Business > Efficiency > News

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Identity

Defra adopts GOV.UK Verify for new CAP service
By Neil Merrett
Defra among early adopters of identity assurance tool, with Cabinet Office to provide further details on expansion of service across government next week
Public Services > Central government > News
Cabinet Office anticipates gradual GOV.UK Verify rollout
By Neil Merrett
Verification tool initially expected to be offered for one or two select digital exemplars, with wider central government and potential local authority adoption later
Public Services > Central government > News






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