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EU security chief: Europe faces a "cyber security skills gap"
By Matteo Natalucci
EU needs to develop better cyber hygiene habits; and businesses and risk-based cyber security programmes to cope with current cyber security challenges
Public Services > Central government > News
GDS seeks help to make Verify go international
By Matteo Natalucci
Intention is for UK citizens to be able to prove their identity using a UK digital identity, Verify, to access international services while aboard
Public Services > Central government > News
HMRC warns CDS customs system timetable ‘tight’ but delivery remains ‘on track’
By Matteo Natalucci
Treasury committee evidence session with HMRC discusses CDS delivery timetable and contingency plans, the Childcare Service website and a ‘flawed’ tax credits system
Public Services > Central government > News
Heavyweights speak out on cyber security and data protection
By David Bicknell
CBI event sees Hardie call for EU transition deal on data, ICO Elizabeth Denham discuss GDPR data breach reporting and NHS readiness, and NCSC’s Ciaran Martin urge the importance of the user
Public Services > Central government > News
Microsoft’s Jacky Wright named as new HMRC CDIO
By David Bicknell
New chief digital and information officer succeeds Mark Dearnley; Mike Potter, who was interim CDIO, misses out but moves to become Director for Future Borders, working to Karen Wheeler
Public Services > Central government > News
techUK: Greater digital skills and information sharing needed for transformation
By David Bicknell
Tech group’s Smarter Services report wants to see more willingness to experiment with new working practices, greater information sharing, and procurement frameworks streamlined
Public Services > Central government > News
Government to publish new Data Protection Bill today
By David Bicknell
Government promises data laws “fit for digital age” arguing that processing done for legitimate interests will be allowed if it achieves a balance with individuals’ rights
Public Services > Central government > News
Hancock: "Internet must be built on liberal not libertarian values"
By Matteo Natalucci
Digital minister insists the “big players on the Internet” must take more responsibility for their actions, and signalled the publication of the Data Protection Bill on Thursday
Public Services > Central government > News
EU to help fund wireless connectivity for local communities
By Matteo Natalucci
€120m funds under WiFi4EU scheme will be allocated on a first-serve basis to help local public administrations promote access to wireless connectivity in public spaces
Public Services > Central government > News
DWP to procure ‘off the shelf’ appointment booking system for Universal Credit
By David Bicknell
Solution for a five year contract expected to be a “seven figure sum” for cloud-based system providing 99.9% availability supporting UC full service
Public Services > Central government > News
CCS weighs up commercial route to deliver Crown Marketplace
By David Bicknell
Today’s joint event with GDS and Digital Catapult may provide insight into CCS’ plans to deliver a public sector e-Marketplace to simplify procurement for both buyers and suppliers
Public Services > Central government > News
Office of Security and Counter Terrorism hunts IT partner for priority project support
By David Bicknell
Two-year, £2m project result of organisational change in Home Office that led to centralised IT technical services being dispersed
Public Services > Central government > News
CCS, GDS and Digital Catapult partner on future procurement landscape
By David Bicknell
Joint event will bring together Whitehall policymakers, procurement specialists and vendors to discuss the future of public sector digital and technology buying
Public Services > Central government > News
EU’s Brexit papers discuss customs, public procurement and data protection
By David Bicknell
Papers produced by the EU highlight risk of uncertainty over procurement procedures and set out conditions over the UK’s access to, use of and retention of data
Management > Identity > News
Malta’s accounting shake-up offers Unit4 departmental prospects
By David Bicknell
Modernisation across the Maltese government will see departments move from cash accounting to an accruals system
Applications > Business Applications > News
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