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HMIC concerned at sporadic police force tech innovation
By Neil Merrett
Inspectorate body’s annual report argues that good examples of innovative police technology use by forces remains "few and far between"
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PAC sounds further alarm over emergency services network plans
By David Bicknell
Committee worries Vodafone will stop providing infrastructure that enables current Airwave system to function; Home Office and Motorola insist they are not taking risks with public safety
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Socitm study finds improved online council parking and roadwork services
By Neil Merrett
Latest survey of key services offered by UK local authorities finds broad increase in quality of online functions to support parking permits and road information
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CCS readies aggregated framework for education IT hardware
By Neil Merrett
Public funded education providers have until next month to express interest in an aggregated mechanism to obtain tablets, laptops and chromebooks for the upcoming academic year
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NHS Digital conducts market exercise over Clinical Triage Platform
Procurement intended to acquire components necessary to build next generation Clinical Decision Support System (CDSS); potential tender value estimated at £20m
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Lost in translation: defining ‘cultural fit’ in procurement
By David Bicknell
Millstream general manager Penny Godfrey discusses the procurement issues raised around ‘cultural fit’ and worries that the introduction of such criteria sets a dangerous precedent
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More intensive G-Cloud 9 application period closes on schedule
By Neil Merrett
Exact number of suppliers to complete their applications is presently unconfirmed; several stakeholders broadly welcome framework changes, albeit it with reservations
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Whitehall IT Quality and Assurance framework launched
By Neil Merrett
CCS partners with the Home Office to provide public sector organisations with means to evaluate infrastructure, environments and overall performance of technology
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Lords committee backs ‘Office of Health and Care Sustainability’ formation
By Neil Merrett
Report argues current NHS leadership “incapable” of effectively using data and introducing required technology to help meet aims of STP agenda, urges longer-term planning vision
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Single Whitehall data and technology jobs framework moves to beta
By Neil Merrett
Initial cross-government work has concluded on first version of agreement that has been developed to create a single language and structure to define Whitehall technical roles
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