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HRMC makes progress on CHIEF replacement plans
By David Bicknell
CHIEF replacement plan renamed the Customs Declaration Services programme
Business > Procurement > News
Overall G-Cloud spend nears £600m during April
By Neil Merrett
Updated figures find large enterprises receiving 51.1% of total spending through framework; G-Cloud 5 timeline is extended by six months
Business > Procurement > News
Capita awarded DVSA end user computing tower contract
By Neil Merrett
£6.6m valued agreement forms part of strategy to replace two existing end-to-end ICT agreements with a single disaggregated procurement approach
Business > Procurement > News
GaaP: it's not just about the platform
When considering government ICT for the next five years, remember GaaP, procurement and legacy are all linked, argue Methods' Group chief executive Peter Rowlins and strategy director Mark Thompson
Business > Procurement > Features
Somerset starts planning for life after Southwest One
By David Bicknell
Pre-tender for SAP ERP services is part of early planning "to better understand the market place for suppliers of SAP"
Business > Procurement > News
CCS launches ICT Services for Education framework
By Neil Merrett
Framework will replace 2010 BECTA agreement to provide specialist ICT services to broad range of education providers
Business > Procurement > News
May targets further police efficiency savings aided by IT
By David Bicknell
Police Federation told that "significant efficiencies" can be found if forces work together "collaboratively, improve their ICT and understand demand better"
Business > Procurement > News
Cabinet Office completes XP migration
By Neil Merrett
Whitehall understood to have completed migration from unsupported software, with other departments currently finalising switch
Business > Procurement > News
PAC loses chief inquisitor Hodge
By Neil Merrett
Labour MP famed for her combative-style of questioning reportedly stepping down from role leading parliamentary watchdog after five years
Business > Procurement > News
Taking stock
By David Bicknell
After the ministerial appointments, Westminster politics and Whitehall policy are still being developed ahead of the Queen's Speech on the 27th May
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