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Whitehall take steps to protect public services, employees and SMEs in wake of Carillion failure
By David Bicknell
Manzoni insists dedicated teams have been monitoring Whitehall’s key suppliers while GSA says “properly managed, properly governed, properly scrutinised outsourcing arrangements” should not go bad in this way
Public Services > Central government > News
HMRC comes under pressure from PAC over Brexit
By Matteo Natalucci
The Public Accounts Committee has expressed concern over HMRC's handling of its transformation programme ahead of Brexit
Public Services > Central government > News
Whitehall and wider public sector checks its exposure to Carillion’s collapse
By David Bicknell
Central government departments and agencies, councils, NHS trusts and other IT services vendors all facing impact from contracts or relationships with construction company which is going into liquidation
Public Services > Central government > News
DWP’s BPDTS appoints Loveday Ryder as new chief executive
By Matteo Natalucci
Ryder, who replaces the now retired Ray Long, will start her new post on January 22
Public Services > Central government > News
The potential of AI to transform the NHS
Report from political think-tank Reform discusses the opportunities and challenges of artificial intelligence within the NHS
Public Services > Central government > News
Cabinet Office launches new government shared services strategy
By David Bicknell
Strategy said to require substantive negotiation with SSCL, building of internal capability and use of self-service, robotics and offshoring; will also see Oracle Cloud Home Office pathfinder being extended to other departments
Public Services > Central government > News
Cabinet Office still working on recruitment of government chief data officer
By David Bicknell
Work continues in defining what the chief data officer’s role would look like, ahead of any recruitment plan; department said it “remains committed” to opening up government data sets “where appropriate”
Public Services > Central government > News
Home Office wants help for eGates Interface project
By Matteo Natalucci
£1m project aims to enhance the capabilities Border Force has for operating the immigration controls via e-Gates
Public Services > Central government > News
dxw takes aim at quality of Digital Marketplace opportunities for SMEs
By David Bicknell
Survey claims 71% of opportunities reviewed by dxw did not adequately explain what problem was to be solved, and 74% did not clearly describe user needs
Public Services > Central government > News
Home Office wants single service capability to enhance national biometric system
By Matteo Natalucci
£308m project will transition service management of the IDENT1 and IABS systems to a single supplier
Public Services > Central government > News
Cabinet Office ministerial shake-up leaves questions over digital government portfolio
By David Bicknell
David Liddington, Brandon Lewis, Oliver Dowden and Chloe Smith complete new Cabinet Office line-up; Matt Hancock's promotion at DCMS seen as significant boost to tech sector following Karen Bradley's support
Public Services > Central government > News
MoD picks Charles Forte as CIO successor to Mike Stone
By David Bicknell
Forte has experience in several industrial roles, including at BP, Thames Water and Prudential; expected to start towards end of January with Ivan Hooper relinquishing interim CIO role
Management > CIO > News
NEC acquires Northgate Public Services
By David Bicknell
Acquisition of public sector software and services provider for £475m said to offer platform for growth for both NEC and NPS
Public Services > Local government > News
GDS Academy launches new course on research and design in government
By Matteo Natalucci
Aim is to show how government carries out user-centred design to create inclusive services
Public Services > Central government > News
Home Office wants help for Border Crossing Mobile Feasibility Study
By Matteo Natalucci
£900k project seeks to investigate the possibility of delivering a mobile based capability to support the passenger clearance process
Public Services > Central government > News
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