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NAO issues warning on HMRC Scotland tax notification errors
By Neil Merrett
Despite welcoming progress in Scottish Rate of Income Tax (SRIT) management, auditor says significant challenges remain in maintaining up to date customer records
Public Services > Central government > News
GDS strategy release expected to face Christmas delay
By Neil Merrett
Cabinet Office says new strategy for organisation charged with digital transformation in government will be published in “due course”; plan had been anticipated for release this week
Public Services > Central government > News
Civica picks up social housing specialist Abritas
By David Bicknell
Reading-based Abritas provides web-based application software and services for UK social housing sector
Public Services > Local government > News
Tower Hamlets asks Quadnet to help improve its IT efficiency
By David Bicknell
Slow-running council systems are typical, with causes put down variously to slow legacy applications, ineffective change-control, poor systems architecture and inadequate configuration of virtual environments
Public Services > Local government > News
Socitm outlines usability concerns over council digital housing services
By Neil Merrett
Separate surveys raise common challenges around ensuring simplified and clear user journeys for online functions among majority of UK councils
Business > Efficiency > News
AWS creates new UK data centre region
By David Bicknell
New UK-based data centres set up to build on appeal to existing AWS public sector customers as DVLA, MoJ, and Peterborough City Council
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
GDS to introduce Wifi service for all of government
By David Bicknell
New service, named GovWifi, is currently in private beta test and will be available in government buildings early in 2017
Public Services > Central government > News
Total G-Cloud sales top £1.57bn by October
By Neil Merrett
First publication of monthly Digital Marketplace figures since September shows ongoing trend of central government-driven sales and updated spend for defunct Digital Services Framework
Public Services > Central government > News
Where is the innovation? Suppliers raise G-Cloud development concerns
By Neil Merrett
Users and developers have questioned if Whitehall is meeting commitments to sufficiently revamp and reshape the cloud services framework to tackle key barriers and issues affecting wider take up
Public Services > Central government > News
NAO critical of CCS failure to achieve value for money benefits
By Neil Merrett
Watchdog says it has wider questions about CCS’s role, its purpose and longer‑term sustainability
Public Services > Central government > News
MoD’s Azure engagement spurs new Cloud roles
By David Bicknell
Cloud Solutions Architect at £70K likely to be one of several new Bristol-based Cloud positions
Public Services > Central government > News
Three shortlisted suppliers help the Met’s MiPS enquiries
By David Bicknell
MOPAC expected to announce winners of MiPS and digital forensics contests early in 2017
Public Services > Blue light > News
Sopra Steria awarded transitional two year probation ICT services deal
By Neil Merrett
Ministry extends existing relationship with Sopra Steria with contract to support technology needs of probation services in England and Wales as it looks to move to common MoJ ICT infrastructure
Public Services > Justice > News
ITSM in 2030 likely to have dropped the ‘IT’
By David Bicknell
Forthcoming AXELOS study mulls future of IT service management and role of ITIL in 2030
Public Services > Central government > News
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