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Home Office review of ESN programme hints at more agile delivery approach
By David Bicknell
Review by new CDDTO Joanna Davinson considers getting ‘capability’, particularly data, into hands of emergency services users hands earlier to build confidence and get feedback as delayed project rolls out
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NHS Digital increases potential value of its Security Operations Centre contract
By David Bicknell
Value rises from £20m to £30m; NHS Digital says decision to increase value follows announcement of additional funding for NHS cyber security but adds new value does not represent increase in funding allocated to successful SOC suppliers at this stage
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Home Office wants help for digitisation of processes for Border Force officers
By Matteo Natalucci
£4,5m project aims to replace a legacy reporting solution and provide new capability for the Border Force
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Stirling Council to launch new digital local information sharing platform
By Matteo Natalucci
New platform built with Frog Systems aims to connect citizens with the local service providers and groups within the Stirling area; a nation-wide system is planned from April
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MoJ earmarks £200K for ‘task force’ to help assess IT estate for GDPR compliance
By David Bicknell
DOS opportunity specifies need for team of three full time analysts for 17-20 week project; work will supplement ongoing assessments of MoJ’s GDPR compliance status for its IT systems
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Home Office wants to develop and enhance HOPS platform
By Matteo Natalucci
£4m project aims to create better re-use of data to support digitisation across the Home Office
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Open University looks for SaaS based HR, finance and student system
By David Bicknell
Ten-year contract with potential five-year extension could be worth potentially £35m to winning supplier
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DfT looks for partner to help deliver its Blue Badge Service
By Matteo Natalucci
Beta and live work likely to include exploring use of services such as Verify, Notify, Pay, Personal Data Exchange and Attribute Exchange
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CACI lands data services contracts for Scotland’s Census 2021
By David Bicknell
Company will provide online data collection and operational management systems for the ‘digital-first’ Census, having also worked on 2011 count
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CCS looks for partner to help deliver its notices system
By Matteo Natalucci
£4m contract aims to develop online e-notices services for public sector organisations
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HMRC announced phased launch to CDS starting in August 2018
By Matteo Natalucci
Customs Declaration Service will be phased in between August and early 2019, with CHIEF continuing to run for a time to aid the transition to CDS
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Greater Manchester Police looks for data centre migration help
By David Bicknell
Contracting authority wants supplier to provide a five year, managed service worth between £12m and £17m for GMP as it moves from its old data centre to a new virtualised infrastructure
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techUK report wants public sector procurement to foster innovation
By David Bicknell
Along its recommendations, report says use of Digital Marketplace should be expanded by increasing spend going through frameworks, with focus on ‘non-Whitehall’ parts of the public sector
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EU wants faster exchange of non-EU nationals’ criminal records to fight crime
By Matteo Natalucci
European criminal records information system upgrade intended to ensure effective exchange of data for both EU and non-EU citizens alike
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MoJ accused over “catastrophic waste of public money” on tagging programme 
By Matteo Natalucci
Critical PAC report argues Ministry “took an all-singing, all-dancing approach to what could have been a relatively simple procurement exercise”
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