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G-Cloud 6 to remain open until August
By Neil Merrett
Six month extension for framework officially confirmed by government; updates on status of efforts to launch G-Cloud 8 expected at later date
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Predicting the direction of digital government in 2016
O2 public sector managing director Billy D'Arcy identifies devolution, IT procurement transformation and a push towards shared systems and processes among key public sector digital drivers in 2016
Business > Procurement > Features
ONS schedules national census procurement events
By Neil Merrett
Supplier events to be held across UK next month as part of efforts to meet with IT and data service groups to discuss transformation needs for 2021 national census
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Updata becomes part of Norfolk's network DNA
By David Bicknell
Norfolk County Council picks Updata as sole vendor on £20m framework to improve network services across the region
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Whitehall project delivery - a question of ambition and transparency
By David Bicknell
There are arguably too many transformational projects in government. Tomorrow's Public Accounts Committee hearing will no doubt wring its hands - but will it provide any new solutions?
Blogs > Government Computing Network Blog
Staffordshire Police selects Boeing as preferred bidder for ICT partnership
By Neil Merrett
Signing of 10 year contract potentially worth £100m is expected in next few weeks as procurement process nears end
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News in brief - January 15
By Neil Merrett
Defence Infrastructure Organisation (DIO) Board appoints first independent chair, DVLA Share Driving Licence service goes live and AWS awarded FCA cloud hosting contract
Business > Procurement > News
US digital group 18F extends open-source micro-purchase experiment
By David Bicknell
Creation of new platform follows successful reverse auction in October for code contribution to CALC tool which ended with $1 bid
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NAO warns Whitehall consultancy spend is increasing again
By David Bicknell
Departments likely to have to make up for skills shortages by hiring more project management and ICT consultants to transform government
Business > Procurement > News
Lord Levene outlines defence reform progress
By Neil Merrett
Latest Lord Levene report welcomes departmental changes to critical business operations in last four years, but calls for urgent action in other areas
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