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NHS Digital confirms tender to hire Security Operations Centre partner
By David Bicknell
Three year, £20m contract for strategic partner to support centre’s development and delivery and beef up NHS Digital’s cyber security capabilities for customers across health and care sector
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Scottish Government issues pre-tender for Purchase-to-Pay (P2P) Service Support
By Matteo Natalucci
The initial contract period will be five years with an option to extend for a further two years
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Cloud group says IT skills shortages are holding back digital transformation
By David Bicknell
Research report from Cloud Industry Forum and its public sector specialist interest group argue 40% of public sector organisations lack skills to adapt to digital transformation 
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Connected street lighting system helps Cardiff go ‘smart’ and ‘green’
By Matteo Natalucci
City council’s project with Philips Lighting aims to reduce city’s carbon footprint by reducing energy used for public lighting by 60%
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Government to launch £20m public sector ‘GovTech’ fund
By David Bicknell
Dedicated ‘GovTech’ Catalyst team and fund being created to encourage tech firms to deliver innovative fixes to public sector challenges
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Home Office chief Rutnam defends ESN progress before PAC
By David Bicknell
Home Office permanent secretary admits “challenging” project remains behind schedule before terse MPs’ questions over delays, local funding and installation on the London Underground
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Ten questions for the PAC to get answers on for ESN
By David Bicknell
The Public Accounts Committee will this afternoon grill senior Home Office officials about progress on the Emergency Service Network. What are the key questions it should ask?
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Defra wants to introduce CCTV in all slaughterhouses in England
By Matteo Natalucci
Legislation will be introduced in the New Year, coming into force in the Spring development follows recent contract to Exponential-e to network abbatoirs
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Whitehall gets advice on how to exit major IT contracts
By Matteo Natalucci
Government Commercial Function document provides guidance on principles for disaggregation government organisations should follow when managing exits from “large expiring IT contracts”
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Glasgow confirms new IT deal with CGI to transform local digital services
By David Bicknell
Deal agreed under City of Edinburgh Council’s framework contract, is expected to be worth between £300m and £400m over seven years
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Glasgow and Serco agree deal that will see ACCESS JV end four months early
By David Bicknell
Deal was due to end in March 2018; agreement opens door for Glasgow to conclude deal with CGI
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Government to design new application process system for EU citizens after Brexit
By Matteo Natalucci
Government says it will consider “digital ways” to verify identity “to make it both secure and user friendly”; EU unconvinced by UK application system proposal
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Will Technology Services 2 changes open up public sector procurement to SMEs?
Public sector frameworks will only be successful if they give buyers what they need, says Fordway managing director Richard Blanford
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Bracknell Forest Council appoints Invotra to upgrade its Intranet
By Matteo Natalucci
Supplier awarded an initial two-year contract, with the option to extend for a further two years
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Spreadsheets: the Achilles' heel of GDPR compliance efforts
Andrew Beverley, founder and managing director of Ctrl O, warns that corporate and public sector GDPR compliance plans could be derailed by spreadsheet over-reliance
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