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Canterbury council aims for 85% of services to be online by 2019
By Neil Merrett
Authority’s digital transformation aims to be supported via new cloud-based platform offering self service and real-time communication functions
Infrastructure > Cloud > News
Three fined £1.9m over emergency services call vulnerability
By Neil Merrett
Ofcom penalises company over failure to ensure alternative network capability to guarantee uninterrupted calls to emergency services last October
Public Services > Blue light > News
UCL suffers ransomware attack
By David Bicknell
University says infection had impacted a number of users’ personal and shared drives; UCLH NHS trust said it was unaffected by attack
Public Services > Education > News
Home Office wants supplier input on emergency services D2D comms procurement
By David Bicknell
Department says an interim device to device communications solution is needed as alternative to 3GPP Proximity Services (ProSe), partly because standards are immature
Public Services > Blue light > News
NHS Digital issues £120m network services framework tender
By Neil Merrett
Proposed agreement aims to cover telecommunications needs of healthcare providers and broader public sector in line with Health and Social Care Network standards
Public Services > Healthcare > News
Nokes joins Cabinet Office ministerial team
By David Bicknell
Romsey and Southampton North MP joins Cabinet Office line-up led by minister Damian Green. But who will have responsibility for digital government isn’t yet clear
Public Services > Central government > News
Agilisys report finds digital skills challenge at heart of public service transformation
By Neil Merrett
New findings suggest that growing push towards digital delivery of public services is being hampered by skill shortages both in-house and among the broader public
Management > Skills > News
ICO fines Gloucester over cyber-attack handling
By Neil Merrett
Data regulator argues £100,000 monetary penalty is fair response to prevent further failures by authorities to patch systems against well publicised flaws that can compromise systems; council considers appeal
Management > Identity > News
Damian Green takes Cabinet Office Minister role
By Neil Merrett
Election losses force Theresa May to put in new minister to oversee GDS; most key departments retain existing leadership, such as health and defence; Hancock back at DCMS
Public Services > Central government > News
Glasgow weighs up terminating its Serco ACCESS contract early
By David Bicknell
City council concerned at deteriorating relationship with supplier following what it describes as a “very public attempt to put pressure on elected members through the media”
Public Services > Devolved > News
Home Office chooses Computacenter for end user computing contract
By David Bicknell
£24.5m deal running until May 2020 covers overall management and level-2 support of disaggregated Home Office supplier ecosystem
Public Services > Central government > News
Cabinet Office needs new leadership as May forms minority government
By Neil Merrett
Ben Gummer, previously responsible for driving digital transformation in Whitehall, loses his seat in bruising night for the Conservatives. Where now for GDS?
Public Services > Central government > News
Data commissioner calls for government action on police data handling laws
By Neil Merrett
Elizabeth Denham says that as GDPR comes into effect, the lack of legislative certainty on the justice-focused Law Enforcement Directive creates significant technology issues for forces to address
Public Services > Police > News
Janet Hughes sets out stall on what a digital organisation looks like
By David Bicknell
Former Verify lead says there is plenty of advice on what a good digital service looks like, but less on how to turn your whole organisation digital; describes a 'digital superhero' as "a single point of failure"
Public Services > Central government > News
Green Party set for electoral website performance victory
By David Bicknell
Poor web design and need for ‘splash’ landing pages leaves other main parties trailing, according to Dynatrace benchmarking tests
Public Services > Central government > News
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