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New G-Cloud security approach to commence next week
By Neil Merrett
G-Cloud will cease providing Pan Government Accreditation from July 30th in favour of self-asserted security policy
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CGI awarded five-year West Hertfordshire trust ICT contract
By Neil Merrett
£25m agreement tasks contractor with providing ongoing financial, technological innovation and potential doubling of ICT services
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BIS set to launch new SME business support service
By David Bicknell
Multi-channel system costing £6m-10m evokes memories of Business Link, but BIS keen to point out improved business offer and potential usage for SMEs
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MoJ finalises contractors for offender tagging revamp
By Neil Merrett
"New generation" satellite tagging programme split into four lots as MoJ targets greater project oversight
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Number Ten to advertise new Whitehall CEO role
By David Bicknell
Job to lead civil service reform will be advertised externally with focus likely to be on private sector candidates, though some top permanent secretaries will be considered
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South Lanarkshire appoints Bull for five year IT support
By Neil Merrett
Council seeks to introduce more agile operations through deal to manage its IT infrastructure and Data centres
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Government to invest in cyber expertise
By David Bicknell
£800m to be spent on intelligence and surveillance equipment, including cyber defence technology
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Reshuffle may affect political leadership of Universal Credit
By David Bicknell
Outcome of ministerial refresh could offer clue as to long-term Treasury support for project
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Companies formally invited for ESN tender
By Neil Merrett
Incumbent supplier Airwave Solutions invited to tender on three of four lots for Emergency Services Network replacement
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Eastern councils weigh up shared services plan
By David Bicknell
Cambridge City Council considers working with local district councils to explore options for shared ICT services
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