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Huddle keeps its counsel on sale reports
By David Bicknell
Company says it is unable to comment on a report that it has been sold to Turn/River Capital
Applications > Business Applications > News
UK ranks lowly 31st in worldwide broadband speed test
By Matteo Natalucci
Position shows the UK would fail to get in a ‘Premier League’ of countries’ broadband speeds
Infrastructure > Telecoms > News
Home Office issues £91m digitisation tender for immigration "front end services"
By David Bicknell
Competition will include biometrics and the digitisation of supporting evidence around how people either extend their stay in the UK, settle or pursue British nationality
Public Services > Central government > News
Border Force moves to digital checks
By Matteo Natalucci
Home Office to ditch paper landing cards first introduced in 1971 as part of digital border transformation program
Public Services > Central government > News
KCOM fined £900,000 for emergency call failure
By David Bicknell
74 emergency calls failed after a York telephone exchange was flooded; back up routes relied on the same exchange
Public Services > Blue light > News
Government launches consultation on European network security directive
By David Bicknell
Consultation will consider how the European Union’s Network and Information Systems directive will be implemented from May 2018
Public Services > Central government > News
IPO looks for help to move to Visual Studio
By Matteo Natalucci
Intellectual Property Office has published an opportunity looking for a supplier to support its migration to VSTS
Infrastructure > Cloud > News
Home Office looks for help with move to AWS platform
By David Bicknell
DOS opportunity highlights department’s need for architect and developers to deliver live service by February 2018
Public Services > Central government > News
Government to introduce new data protection bill
By David Bicknell
Bill brings GDPR into UK law and will offer right to be forgotten and to require social media platforms to delete information on children and adults when asked
Public Services > Central government > News
GDS outlines GaaP's potential for tech suppliers
By Matteo Natalucci
GDS provided product roadmaps about its Government as a Platform ambitions, following on from its recent techUK market briefing
Public Services > Central government > News
£15m to boost Northern England’s projects
By Matteo Natalucci
Government to fund projects aimed at increasing opportunities for people to experience, benefit and contribute to culture and tech
Public Services > Devolved > News
HMRC responds to Treasury Committee chair over Childcare Service website
By David Bicknell
New chair Nicky Morgan asks HMRC permanent secretary Jon Thompson for detailed answers to 12 questions; HMRC apologises inconvenience to parents and childcare providers
Applications > Business Applications > News
New Welsh revenue body picks Kainos to help build digital tax system
By David Bicknell
Vendor picked for estimated £1.5m-£2m project with Welsh Revenue Authority to help develop its tax collection and management systems
Public Services > Devolved > News
Sweden to strengthen public sector outsourcing rules
By Matteo Natalucci
Introduction of a new Security Protection Act will set tighter restrictions and security requirements for government's IT system outsourcing
Public Services > Central government > News
Rob Greig to leave Parliamentary Digital Service
By Matteo Natalucci
Greig to step down as director and head to the private sector
Public Services > Central government > News
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