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Home Office weighs cloud productivity and "end user compute" procurement plans
By David Bicknell
Department looks for supplier and service provider input into its procurement approach
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Relaunch of withdrawn NHS 24 system to commence next month
By Neil Merrett
Telehealth group says it expects the phased launch of operational system to begin in September with focus on care telephony services; national rollout still intended for late 2017
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Fire service spend data published on common national procurement needs
By Neil Merrett
Home Office publishes per unit costs of purchases by 45 organisations across England in bid to encourage collaborative buying; direct comparison of information said to be complicated
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Apprenticeship levy system relies on mix of digital development and SFA legacy estate
By David Bicknell
Digital Apprenticeship Service relies on integration programme with 60% of solution already existing within SFA
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HMRC’s CHIEF thinking highlights Whitehall’s post referendum IT dilemma
By David Bicknell
Even large departments are finding that their advanced long-term planning to replace key systems remains subject to ‘Brexit’ uncertainty
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Auriga retains DWP cyber security contract
By David Bicknell
SME had to retender for security assurance services at department after two years under G-Cloud procurement rules
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Branch Offices: the public sector’s Achilles’ Heel
John Street, regional director, public sector UK and Ireland for Riverbed Technology, discusses the challenge facing technology-starved remote and branch offices
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US government sets out to cut $1bn mobile phone spending
By David Bicknell
Office of Management and Budget’s “category management” policy wants to reduce fragmentation and duplication of over 1,200 separate mobile agreements and more than 200 unique service plans
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CCS urged to beef up marketing of Network Services framework
By David Bicknell
Supplier group Innopsis raises concern that although usage of RM1045 is accelerating, the actual revenue generated by the framework is just £60m
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