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Government to invest £21m in beefing up NHS data and cyber security
By David Bicknell
Response to WannaCry attacks and National Data Guardian’s review includes £21m capital fund for major trauma centres and NHS contract change requiring organisations to adopt data security standards including contingency plans to respond to data security threats
Public Services > Healthcare > News
Heywood eyes Brexit need for further digital specialist recruitment
By Neil Merrett
With 2,000 specialists added to the Civil Service since the EU referendum, a similar number of appointments are now expected to help tackle project management and technology expertise demand
Public Services > Central government > News
GDS backs pilot to test digital identity for banking across borders
By David Bicknell
Government Digital Service part of consortium that also includes HSBC, Barclays, Orange, OT-Morpho and the Open Identity Exchange
Management > Identity > News
NAO critical of timeline and “towers” approach to MoJ tagging revamp
By Neil Merrett
After at least five years of delays to the ministry's electronic monitoring programme, improvements are now being made to the multi-contract tagging solution, yet “major risks” remain
Public Services > Justice > News
UK Export Finance nets Littlefish to tackle cost savings drive
By David Bicknell
Export credit agency bids to save over 20% costs by disaggregating IT contract; picks SME Littlefish for service desk and on-site support
Public Services > Central government > News
Pendle agrees 10 year ICT contract extension for channel shift push
By Neil Merrett
Authority will continue to partner with Liberata until 2030 as it looks to provide 65% of its services online within five years; transformation focus will look at council-wide functions
Business > Efficiency > News
Socitm expresses usability concerns over council website updates
By Neil Merrett
Better Connected study looking at websites overhauled during 2016/17 found over half were not passing tests for mobile usability and navigation
Public Services > Local government > News
G4S awarded MoJ monitor tagging equipment contract
By Neil Merrett
Supplier, which is under ongoing investigation launched in 2013 over charging for previous tagging contract, appointed as sole provider of equipment to support electronic monitoring
Public Services > Central government > News
DWP rejects charity's Universal Credit pause calls
By Neil Merrett
Citizens Advice urges a halt on expansion of benefit reforms to address user ID concerns; DWP claims alternatives in place for minority unable to use GOV.UK Verify
Public Services > Central government > News
Iain Patterson joins UKCloud
By David Bicknell
Departure of former director of Common Technology Services within GDS was confirmed in May
Public Services > Central government > News
UK ranked fourth in new global civil service performance index
By Neil Merrett
Institute for Government findings praise Whitehall for its work on data availability, but urge improvements in areas such as risk management
Public Services > Central government > News
PRINCE2 exhibits a new tailored look
By David Bicknell
New 2017 version of project management methodology showcases its flexibility to meet the rightsized requirements of a digital world
Public Services > Central government > News
HMCTS to build GOV.UK Pay into digital probate service
By Neil Merrett
Common platform under development by GDS will be incorporated into new digital service that seeks to simplify application process for solicitors and members of the public
Public Services > Justice > News
Defra issues end user environment tender as part of UnITy plans
Agreement anticipated to last for seven year period and valued between £70m and £180m is intended to cover broad number of functions such as security and communications
Public Services > Central government > News
DWP announces jobcentre mergers and council co-location plans
By Neil Merrett
PCS union claims almost one tenth of sites will be closed as department looks to curb estate spending due to increased online use of services such as Universal Credit
Public Services > Central government > News
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