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MoD suspends £92.5m warehouse system investment
By Neil Merrett
Auditor general report on defence accounts says system implementation delayed to review users' needs in support of wider inventory management overhaul
Public Services > National security > News
Cabinet Office plans further Digital Marketplace expansion
By Neil Merrett
Government has held discussions over potentially adding two or three frameworks to marketplace alongside G-Cloud and the Digital Services Framework
Public Services > Central government > News
Labour wants to create 'new digital machinery of government'
By David Bicknell
Cruddas plans digital redesign of government, including "breaking out of Whitehall" and creating 'federated' or 'networked' government
Public Services > Central government > News
Labour policy head outlines 'digital revolution' challenges
By Neil Merrett
Cruddas warns UK will have no choice but to undertake digital redesign of government to overcome problems resulting from "outdated" democratic system
Public Services > Central government > News
Labour sticks with Universal Credit pause plan
By Neil Merrett
Party still in favour of temporarily halting benefit reform project to review progress with NAO, as DWP maintains secure delivery of programme is on track and under budget
Public Services > Central government > News
Devon and Cornwall Police opt for BT IT support switch
By Neil Merrett
Agreement aims to allow force to better adapt to new technology, while also focusing on cost efficiency and collaborative working
Business > Efficiency > News
NAO warns over costs of further Universal Credit digital delay
By Neil Merrett
Additional delays to planned switch from current service to new digital benefits reform system could cost billions of pounds without investment
Public Services > Central government > News
Digital government under Labour to be more 'people-centric'
By David Bicknell
Review wants to increase digital scope and promises more digital inclusion and greater ethics over data use; GDS 'a fantastic delivery machine' is not focused on best possible targets
Public Services > Central government > News
Harrogate trust eyes shared warning system potential
By Neil Merrett
Hospital's shift from paper-based observations expected to offer collaborative developments potential with other healthcare users
Public Services > Healthcare > News
BT and NSS end SWAN dispute
By David Bicknell
Court proceedings ended after two sides agree "pragmatic way" forward "using the combined strengths of the SWAN and BT networks"
Public Services > Devolved > News
Labour readies publication of digital discussions
By David Bicknell
Digital inclusion, ensuring the safety and security of data, and driving local digital adoption are set to feature in the party's digital government review published today
Public Services > Central government > News
Central government demand dominates G-Cloud sales
By Neil Merrett
£345.6m of services sold through procurement framework since launch, with new figures showing SMEs as largest recipients of spending to date
Public Services > Central government > News
Submission date for Network Services framework extended
By David Bicknell
New PSN framework submission date extended by a week to 11th December to give suppliers more preparation time
Public Services > Healthcare > News
Academy chain drops PwC outsource plan
By David Bicknell
Consultations with stakeholders, including DfE, drives AET decision not to continue with proposed joint venture with PwC and instead develop an internal solution
Public Services > Education > News
Staffs Police looks for IT transformation partner
By David Bicknell
Pre-tender details framework agreement contract for project estimated at between £150m and £200m to deliver "highly innovative new target IT environment"
Business > Efficiency > News
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