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PAC report critical of Whitehall cyber security initiatives
By Neil Merrett
Concerns noted over Cabinet Office focus on classifications, Civil Service skills, the Public Services Network and the remit of National Cyber Security Centre
Public Services > Central government > News
Camden’s Blackwell outlines need for council connectivity leadership
By Neil Merrett
Authorities have important role to consider how physical infrastructure and estates can be managed to better support citizens and business to interact online
Management > CIO > News
PAC grills Home Office chiefs over ESN
By David Bicknell
Vodafone letter highlights how its plans to decommission legacy fixed network used to link Airwave masts once Emergency Services Network goes live may be impacted by delays on the project
Public Services > Blue light > News
Land Registry launches online application results service
By Neil Merrett
In-house developed technology to provide business users with digital application results, non-ministerial department out of the scope of under development GOV.UK Notify platform
Public Services > Central government > News
Treasury committee: HMRC digital tax pledges “small” step in right direction
By Neil Merrett
MP Andrew Tyrie calls for more clarity on free software commitments to support smaller businesses affected by digital tax reforms, commits to further reviews of project’s costs and intended savings
Public Services > Central government > News
CCS change of heart gives SMEs fairer run at Management Consultancy framework
By David Bicknell
Crown Commercial Service revises capacity requirement for “previous supply” from 2200 days over one year, to 2200 days over three years
Public Services > Central government > News
HMRC commits to extended digital tax pilots and penalty reviews
By Neil Merrett
Further details have been set out by the department for its Making Tax Digital (MTD) plans to try and address Treasury committee concerns about introducing new technologies
Public Services > Central government > News
Home Office’s top civil servants chiefs to discuss ESN with MPs tomorrow
By David Bicknell
Permanent secretary Mark Sedwill and ESN SRO Stephen Web will face PAC questions
Public Services > Blue light > News
GDS seeks to broaden cross-government cloud strategy group
By Neil Merrett
Cloud Office Productivity Services, formed as part of CTS, targets broader expertise and resource sharing across Whitehall to streamline online services overhaul
Public Services > Central government > News
Management consultancy framework clarification set to close today
By David Bicknell
SMEs advised that if they have complaints over the 2200 day bar, they could consider mounting a proportionality challenge or raise concerns about poor procurement practice through the Mystery Shopper Service
Public Services > Central government > News
EU Privacy Shield intact despite Trump executive order
By Neil Merrett
ICO and EU counterparts see no immediate impact to data sharing arrangements with US; further clarity to be sought from country during upcoming annual review of Privacy Shield
Public Services > Central government > News
Police ICT Company chief targets accredited procurement catalogue
By Neil Merrett
Building on existing work for broader national focus on interoperable systems, company aspires to take a wider framework-style approach to standardised technology procurement
Public Services > Central government > News
HMRC readies replacement Government Gateway system for 2018
By Neil Merrett
Department to create in-house replacement service to allow business users to securely access services for itself and other Whitehall departments; pledges to continue using GOV.UK Verify
Public Services > Central government > News
Microsoft to train 30,000 civil servants in digital skills
By David Bicknell
Commitment made as part of UK digital skills programme; associated initiative will train 500,000 people in advanced cloud technology skills by 2020
Public Services > Central government > News
GDS not expected to replace former CTO Andy Beale
By Neil Merrett
As interim chief technology officer leaves Whitehall role this month, it is understood that the Cabinet Office will not seek to recruit a replacement
Public Services > Central government > News
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