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How the Cloud can help us plan for Brexit
The deployment of cloud technologies mayhelp ease some of the planning necessary to help shape the new post-Brexit political and economic landscape, says John Glover, sales & marketing director at Kahootz
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In defence of G-Cloud
Nicky Stewart, commercial director at Skyscape Cloud Services, responds to recent concerns about G-Cloud from Memset co-founder and managing director Kate Craig-Wood
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Ed Garcez and BT's Tom Baker plot London ICT framework success
By David Bicknell
Garcez and Baker hope to see health organisations using a new £200m ICT framework and everyone sharing the learning from it
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AWS public sector lead welcomes UK cloud computing "maturity"
By Neil Merrett
Max Peterson argues organisations such as TFL demonstrate a new focus on transformational service functions; highlights importance of G-Cloud flexibility to ensure innovation
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Why Michael Gove is wrong about EU procurement rules
Vote Leave's claim that EU public procurement legislation creates a multibillion pound bill for the taxpayer may have generated some heat, but not much light. And its argument for procurement change is misleading, says Andy Haigh of Sixfold International
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Learning the project management lessons from the Dead Presidents Society
By David Bicknell
As the race for the White House heats up, a new book takes a look at the project management and sponsorship lessons learned from the terms of 38 former US presidents
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Putting public procurement beyond reproach
Amanda Pilkington, a legal director with DLA Piper, offers some best practice advice on ways in which contracting authorities can seek to protect themselves against subsequent scrutiny of an award decision in an increasingly challenging procurement environment
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How to rid the public sector of outsourcing failure
Better and clearer standards for outsourcing management and providing public sector contract managers with the tools they need to align themselves with outsourcing best practice can help, says National Outsourcing Association chief executive Kerry Hallard
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The problem with management information
Supplying management information for government frameworks is an administrative headache for SMEs. It's really time the government started thinking about the day-to-day operation of the frameworks it produces, say DXW's Vanessa Williams and Leanne Garvie
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Telford in the spotlight as blue light teams arrive on the scene to discuss ESN
By David Bicknell
British APCO conference kicks off early user feedback over planning, coverage, capacity and transition
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Staffordshire PCC: lack of fire service link up a "sore point"
By Neil Merrett
Matthew Ellis claims "significant" time has been spent on fire collaboration; work now ongoing to set out standards with others partners reflecting wider Police ICT Company ambitions
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The public sector digital procurement challenge
Andrew Mellish, public sector business manager for Carrenza, considers why G-Cloud has become the template for digital procurement and how the Crown Marketplace may develop in turn
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Better embracing local government G-Cloud needs
In meeting local public sector procurement needs, a wider cultural shift facilitating decision making from a capital and empowerment basis will be needed, argues Oneserve's Chris Proctor
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Time for a change
Public sector procurement is complicated. There are numerous buying organisations and almost as many frameworks. We can make it simpler, starting with one single central government agency that specifies the things common to all procurements, says Ian Fishwick, SME director at Innopsis
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Supply and Demand: how current government practice is widening the skills gap
Typically it's price, not performance that seals procurement contracts. Suppliers are increasingly being seen as providers of commoditised IT, argues Jane Roberts, strategy director at Toplevel
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