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HMCTS looks for digital architecture chief
By David Bicknell
£90K role will be at forefront of delivering digital transformation for courts and tribunals
Public Services > Central government > News
BT’s public sector strategy to adopt regional and devolved focus
By David Bicknell
Six regional UK directors appointed as company focus includes organisation transformation and health and social care integration
Public Services > Central government > News
NHS Digital hopes to reduce discharge delays with online forms
By David Bicknell
Social care discharge forms created with PretaGov targeted to improve workflows between hospitals and local social care providers
Public Services > Healthcare > News
UKCloud eyes health interoperability potential with new care division
By Neil Merrett
UKCloud Health will target limited cloud adoption in NHS; third separate division potentially focused on research is understood to be under consideration
Infrastructure > Cloud > News
Bauer’s personal NHS experiences drive digital action
By David Bicknell
NHS England’s director of digital experience says her first-hand brushes with the NHS during her difficult second pregnancy are fuelling her desire to change the service for patients
Public Services > Healthcare > News
Bolton trust targets broader open source eye care record uptake
By Neil Merrett
Having this year gone live with OpenEyes software devised by another trust, hospital body now looking to expand functionality and user base among other trusts
Public Services > Healthcare > News
UK set to slip to third place in global open data rankings
By David Bicknell
Draft results, which won’t be finalised until mid-June, see the UK currently take third place jointly with France behind Australia and Taiwan, having topping the rankings in 2013 and 2014
Public Services > Central government > News
ODI outlines devolution and General Election data hopes
By Neil Merrett
With London set to appoint its first digital chief and a General Election looming, the institute outlines how parties could better prepare for upcoming challenges from data use
Public Services > Central government > News
Cafcass goes out to market for IT services
By David Bicknell
Organisation that looks after interests of children in legal proceedings has had a long term contract with Fujitsu that ends in June 2018
Public Services > Central government > News
Cambridge trust set for IT services market test decision this summer
By David Bicknell
Timetable for £140m outsourced IT services tender will see Cambridge University Hospitals trust decision by end of the summer; trust details digital exemplar ambitions
Public Services > Healthcare > News
CCS issues Health and Social Care Network data access pre-tender
By Neil Merrett
Proposed framework agreement valued at £800m is expected to be published in early July in order to support connectivity to multi-supplier solution replacing N3 health network
Public Services > Healthcare > News
Privacy and identity expert Fishenden calls for Verify rethink
By David Bicknell
GOV.UK Verify and other “competing” initiatives such as HMRC’s Government Gateway should be “subject to an open, honest and fundamental reset”; Cabinet Office reiterates Verify's role in transformation strategy
Public Services > Central government > News
GLA scopes out creating London Office of Technology and Innovation
By David Bicknell
Exercise will explore potential for London’s public services to co-ordinate innovation efforts in data, digital and technology; partner sought with closing date for applications of May 17
Infrastructure > Cloud > News
Professional bodies launch “well connected” campaign to improve health and care
By David Bicknell
Federation for Informatics Professionals creates infrastructure for people who work in health and care informatics to work together more closely
Management > CIO > News
Independent privacy body co-chair resigns over Whitehall engagement
By Neil Merrett
Jerry Fishenden stands down from Privacy and Consumer Advisory Group citing dwindling ministerial support since 2015 over its guidance on issues such as data sharing legislation
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