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Former PAC chair Hodge takes aim again at Whitehall IT projects Book, to be published this week, says committee would “laugh at the very idea” that a new IT project “might be introduced on time, within budget and save money” Public Services > Central government > News
HMRC plans predictive analytics system to curb insolvency risks Organisation looking at collaborative approach to build a system that can be supported by its existing IT infrastructure as part of proposed contract valued at up to £5m Applications > Business Applications > News

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Former PAC chair Hodge takes aim again at Whitehall IT projects
By David Bicknell
Book, to be published this week, says committee would “laugh at the very idea” that a new IT project “might be introduced on time, within budget and save money”
Public Services > Central government > News
Universal Credit: moving “from disaster to recovery”
By David Bicknell
Institute for Government report argues project’s prospects are improving despite “unrealistic” timetable, “no bad news culture” and “incoming missiles” from other parts of Whitehall
Public Services > Central government > News

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BPO

CIPFA: commercial focus vital to council service innovation
By Neil Merrett
A new report details opportunities to improve authority incomes by profiting from functions including back office expertise sharing; skill base and public perceptions among key challenges
Services > BPO > News
Norfolk looks to procure 'joined-up' social care system
By David Bicknell
County council pre-tender urges need for integration of social care system with identity management, local information hub, records management, CRM and access control
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SIAM

The Met tenders for £80m-£150m integrated policing system
By David Bicknell
Ten-year contract is for a "commercial off the shelf solution" to deliver "single, integrated, unified, operational policing system" to manage "end to end business policing processes"
Infrastructure > Cloud > News
Atos responds to news of Cabinet Office contract review
By David Bicknell
Cabinet Office has confirmed that it will scrutinise all current Atos contracts with central government with an annual spend of over £10m
Public Services > Central government > News

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Support

Tech start-ups urged to work with Wayra and GCHQ to beef up cyber response
By David Bicknell
Wayra will run new cyber accelerator programme to help start-ups develop new wave of security systems capable of foiling attacks
Public Services > Central government > News
Second DOS agreement applications to open in November
By Neil Merrett
Structure of Digital Outcomes and Specialists 2 is expected to be largely unchanged by planned launch in February; planning for DOS3 expected to begin this year
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Managed Service

MoD consults on service management to support ‘New Style of IT’
By David Bicknell
Input expected to help drive fixed, two-year contract that is set to be fully operational by April 2017
Services > Managed Service > News
Gloucestershire NHS trust asks Updata to manage its IT networks
By David Bicknell
Capita arm gains five-year deal to manage LAN and WAN infrastructure for 140 healthcare sites
Public Services > Healthcare > News







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