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Serco wants Glasgow to run open IT services contest
By David Bicknell
Two sides at loggerheads over Glasgow’s pursuit of an IT services contract with CGI to replace Serco deal expiring next March; Serco argues Glasgow cannot use Edinburgh framework to conclude CGI deal
Business > Procurement > News
Integrated Dorset Care Record targets initial autumn launch
By Neil Merrett
Phased introduction of regional solution to bring together patient information from GPs, hospitals and social care providers will later consider broader number of hospitals and functions
Public Services > Healthcare > News
Glasgow faces Serco legal challenge over CGI contract
By David Bicknell
Incumbent argues decision to directly award the contract to CGI without an open competitive process would be illegal under Scottish law
Public Services > Devolved > News
Vendors partner up as clock ticks louder towards GDPR debut
By David Bicknell
With GDPR now just a year away, and NHS cyber-attacks fresh in the memory, suppliers of management consultancy, archiving and testing services are keen to highlight their expertise
Management > Identity > News
Voter registration deadline passes without major online service disruptions
By Neil Merrett
‘Register to vote’ service records busiest day for online applications ahead of General Election after GDS vow to learn user demand lessons from 2016 disruption
Public Services > Central government > News
Cisco: three quarters of IoT projects are failing
By David Bicknell
Vendor’s survey claims 60% of IoT initiatives stall at the proof of concept stage while only 26% of companies have had an IoT initiative they considered to be a complete success
Applications > Geographic Information > News
CIFPA awarded pan-London fraud hub contract
By Neil Merrett
Agreement to operate fraud solution developed by the London Borough of Ealing on a payment-by-results basis is valued at between £20m and £53.6m; solution will use advanced analytics to detect and prevent fraud
Public Services > Devolved > News
Tony Singleton says goodbye to the Civil Service
By David Bicknell
G-Cloud pioneer says he is leaving Whitehall after 35 years’ service; warns that the “rate of change” in public services “lacks the pace and dynamics that are needed today
Public Services > Central government > News
Public sector CIOs readier to move to ‘as a service’ clouds
By David Bicknell
Trustmarque poll shows 91% of UK CIOs surveyed want to migrate their on-premise apps to clouds within the next 3-5 years, with public sector CIOs ahead of the private sector in their desire to move
Public Services > Central government > News
G-Cloud 9 launches with 2,847 suppliers onboard
By Neil Merrett
Latest iteration of the procurement framework ends a prolonged discovery and consultation phase that has abandoned running concurrent versions of the agreement
Public Services > Central government > News
Australian government partners with postal service for ID assurance overhaul
By Neil Merrett
Government seeks to integrate the post office’s identity technology with its systems to support single federated solution to access public and private sector functions
Public Services > Central government > News
Service Birmingham JV to be dissolved in favour of revised Capita deal
By Neil Merrett
Birmingham City Council announces intention to end joint ICT venture with a new arrangement yet to be finalised to realise further cost savings with the company over the next four years
Business > Efficiency > News
Tory plans to move Civil Service out of Whitehall bear Labour’s hallmark
By David Bicknell
Conservative manifesto commitment to move senior posts to the regions echoes Jon Cruddas’ arguments at time of Labour digital government review
Public Services > Central government > News
Home Office Biometrics mulls fingerprint tech procurement feasibility
By Neil Merrett
Potential suppliers are being sought to help determine existing marketplace capacity to provide fingerprint devices and capture software for use with frontline law enforcement
Public Services > Central government > News
Conservative Party manifesto highlights cyber, digital and data ethics initiatives
By David Bicknell
Commitments include an expert Data Use and Ethics Commission, a new data protection law, strengthened cyber security standards and reduced data duplication across government
Public Services > Central government > News
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