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Network suppliers raise concerns over HSCN Access Services terms
By David Bicknell
Proposed dynamic purchasing system would streamline procurement, but suppliers, given little notice to comment, warn over 300 pages of contractual and supporting documentation may be off-putting for SMEs
Public Services > Healthcare > News
NHS Lanarkshire suffers malware attack
By David Bicknell
Chief executive apologises for “disruption” which forced cancellation of operations and appointments
Public Services > Healthcare > News
Estonia outlines its EU presidency digital priorities
By Matteo Natalucci
Estonia urges a new approach to data use fit for the digital era
Public Services > Central government > News
Revenue Scotland hunts key IT supplier for tax administration solution
By David Bicknell
Contract likely to be for in excess of ten years when potential extensions are taken into account
Public Services > Devolved > News
Theo Blackwell named London’s first chief digital officer
By David Bicknell
Imaginative choice by Mayor Sadiq Khan takes Camden Council’s Cabinet member for finance, technology and growth into significant digital role for London
Public Services > Local government > News
EU launches catalogue of cybersecurity and privacy services
By Matteo Natalucci
The EU online hub for R&I in cybersecurity and privacy in Europe will offer users access to ICT products, services and software as well as play key role in cybersecurity and privacy policy discussion
Public Services > Central government > News
UK’s Brexit paper on data protection pitches for ongoing ICO role
By David Bicknell
Proposals stress importance of continuing existing adequacy model in two key respects: regulatory co-operation and certainty and stability
Public Services > Central government > News
Applications for Civil Service digital and data Fast Stream to open next month
By David Bicknell
Scheme which is aimed at graduates and existing civil servants keen to develop their digital, data and technology skills will open for applications on September 14
Public Services > Central government > News
Government to outline Brexit personal data proposal today
By David Bicknell
Position paper expected to discuss “ambitious model” featuring idea of shared approach on data protection
Public Services > Central government > News
Police officers who lack IT skills should be sacked, report suggests
By Matteo Natalucci
Reform think-tank wants shake-up in police digitalisation strategy to combat rising cyber crime threat
Public Services > Blue light > News
Australia caps new government IT contracts at A$100m
By David Bicknell
Canberra follows Whitehall’s example of trying to involve more SMEs in government IT; contracts to be capped at a maximum value of A$100m or three years’ duration
Public Services > Central government > News
HMRC responds to Nicky Morgan’s Childcare Service queries
By David Bicknell
Jon Thompson’s reply includes apology for parents experiencing problems; website has been down for 160 hours including for planned updates and maintenance since April when service was launched
Public Services > Central government > News
Government survey highlights cyber security threats to UK businesses
Only 6% of FTSE 350 companies polled said they were fully prepared for GDPR
Public Services > Central government > News
Insolvency Service appoints new digital partner
By Matteo Natalucci
The platform will provide a single gateway to Insolvency Service employees to access financial information, purchasing and corporate reporting
Public Services > Central government > News
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