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DfT spurs local tech innovation with £4m funding award
By David Bicknell
Nineteen councils to benefit, with awards from £50K to £300K available to cut traffic congestion, speed up journeys and clean up the environment
Public Services > Transport > News
Civica open to further expansion following digital acquisition drive
By Neil Merrett
Company says acquisitions may continue in order to support end-to-end digital transformation arm; enters new tenant services partnership with Leeds City Council
Public Services > Central government > News
EE demos balloon and drone-based technologies that could support ESN
By David Bicknell
Mobile 4G network provider whose coverage is integral to the Emergency Services Network also showcased “rapid response vehicles” to keep network live during any outages
Public Services > Blue light > News
Smaller companies strongly represented in US Army desktop deal
By David Bicknell
Eight out of nine companies winning up to 10-year Army Desktop and Mobile Computing deal are smaller players
Infrastructure > Devices > News
HMIC seeks legal expertise for police interoperability ‘network code’
By Neil Merrett
Final draft of voluntary arrangement intended to be completed by March to begin setting out collaborative police ICT approach that could impact major projects, including ESN
Public Services > Blue light > News
Essex ready to consider adopting Verify identity assurance platform
By David Bicknell
Council argues that “there isn’t a service where it wouldn’t be useful”, and has high hopes for ID assurance function use across multiple agencies to bring Live Safe at Home vision to life
Management > Identity > News
Land Registry commits to autumn open data expansion
By Neil Merrett
Information sets for commercial, corporate and oversees property ownership to be opened up later in 2017 as efforts continue to set out new five year data and digital strategy for organisation
Public Services > Central government > News
Glasgow resumes IT services discussions with CGI
By David Bicknell
City Council considers using the CGI-Edinburgh framework contract already adopted by Scottish Borders Council
Public Services > Devolved > News
Serco raises process questions over Glasgow City Council’s post-ACCESS plans
By David Bicknell
Supplier “concerned” over council’s “decision to negotiate directly with CGI rather than hold a competitive tender process”
Public Services > Devolved > News
MoD promises action to reduce backlog of CP&F payments to suppliers
By David Bicknell
Ministry statement praises role of SMEs in supply chain and stresses that it is engaging with suppliers over payment delays
Public Services > Central government > News
CTS details new standardised approach to exit legacy ICT contracts
By Neil Merrett
Organisation working with Whitehall infrastructure and projects watchdog to better overcome contractual barriers around taking more common approach to technology adoption
Public Services > Central government > News
Revamped Planning Portal site targets improved mobile access
By Neil Merrett
New website and online functionality introduced to tackle need for multiple device and language support in planning and building applications in England and Wales
Public Services > Devolved > News
NCSC opens London HQ as it looks to next phase of cyber efforts
By Neil Merrett
Organisation unveils new centre of operations in central London to work with private and public sectors, including devolved and local authorities, to better tackle and detect attacks
Public Services > Central government > News
HMRC reiterates Verify support beyond Gateway revamp
By Neil Merrett
Department maintains it will not end support for the Government Digital Service (GDS)-developed GOV.UK Verify platform in favour of separate system that can serve business and individual users
Public Services > Central government > News
HMRC opens up on Government Gateway and identity plans
By David Bicknell
Department confirms plans to develop a “more agile, flexible and secure set of services, and at lower cost”
Public Services > Central government > News
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