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DWP tests market for appointments booking system for Universal Credit
By David Bicknell
Potential procurement raises questions as to the future of a cross-Whitehall appointments booking system under GaaP
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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
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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
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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
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Greater Manchester Police issues £17m data centre virtualisation pre-tender
By Neil Merrett
Up to five suppliers sought to tender for managed service contract as part of competition due to launch during summer to support force digital transformation aims
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Cafcass goes out to market for IT services
By David Bicknell
Organisation that looks after interests of children in legal proceedings has had a long term contract with Fujitsu that ends in June 2018
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CCS issues Health and Social Care Network data access pre-tender
By Neil Merrett
Proposed framework agreement valued at £800m is expected to be published in early July in order to support connectivity to multi-supplier solution replacing N3 health network
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Common justice platform aims unchanged despite Whitehall “fragmentation”
By Neil Merrett
CPS digital transformation leader says building common standards and function with multiple police and court bodies is not without challenges, but progress is being made after delays
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Seven vendors named on Met’s digital solution provider framework
By David Bicknell
Framework promises around 10 projects each year, with average of 16 active at any given time; SME opportunities likely to be available for subcontractors
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Met closes in on digital forensics procurement choice
By David Bicknell
A contract is said to have been approved with signing expected imminently; procurement of a Met integrated policing solution continues
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