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UK commits to ramp up Commonwealth cyber security capabilities
By Matteo Natalucci
£15m fund aims to boost cyber security and promote co-operation in Commonwealth countries
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Met Police hunts digital partners to deliver architecture managed service
By Matteo Natalucci
MPS Digital Policing needs additional architecture resources to help deliver key digital transformation programme
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The mysterious case of a new identity for CCS ‘Mystery Shopper’
By David Bicknell
Crown Commercial Service says it want to find a new name for service to describe what it does more accurately and increase supplier awareness and usage
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House of Lords wants the UK to be leader on AI ethics
By Matteo Natalucci
Public inquiry into development and use of artificial intelligence says UK can lead way in development of AI as long as it takes an ethical approach to the technology
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ICO wants to build a cyber security community
By Matteo Natalucci
Elizabeth Denham outlines her vision on data security and privacy at the NCSC’s CYBERUK event
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NCSC to implement new cyber incident prioritisation framework
By Matteo Natalucci
New Cyber Attack categorisation system aims to beef up UK response to cyber incidents
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G-Cloud 10 set to encompass cyber security services framework
By David Bicknell
Planned procurement dates for G-Cloud 10 expected to be largely unchanged with applications due to open later this month; CCS expected to engage with buyers over GDPR implications
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Government signs EU declarations on AI, blockchain and e-health
By Matteo Natalucci
European minsters discussed European technological development and co-operation at EU Digital Day
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EU adds fingerprint search functionality to its border system
By Matteo Natalucci
Phase 1 of integrated project will introduce biometric search capability into Schengen Information System – but UK’s future commitment to use of beefed up SIS II system unclear post-Brexit
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Borders Inspector calls for action on replacement of Semaphore
By Matteo Natalucci
Report published by the independent chief inspector of Borders and Immigration examined Home Office’s Border and Immigration functions usage of data
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Surrey Police set to extend KPMG ERP deal by 12 months
By David Bicknell
Extension is one of two possible 12-month additions to the original contract for the ERP platform used by three South-East police forces
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Bristol looks for digital partner for SMART City service development 
By Matteo Natalucci
£400k contract for supplier to lead and deliver South-West city’s SMART strategy and then ensure opportunities are taken from concept through to implementation
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BEIS wants partner to manage data on post-Brexit product safety platform
By Matteo Natalucci
Office for Product Safety and Standards must consider future operating models that expand on capability currently provided by EU market surveillance systems
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University of Manchester launches end user computing tender
By David Bicknell
University wants to modernise its end user services to increase efficiency and reduce operating costs; contract duration to be five years plus two single year extensions, with initial value from £18m
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Government introduces Universal Service Obligation for broadband
By Matteo Natalucci
Ofcom will be responsible for establishing industry fund to support delivery of connections
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