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Auditor general queries Whitehall digital project prioritisation
By Neil Merrett
Sir Amyas Morse urges government to concentrate on transformation that impacts multiple departments as opposed to what it considers standalone work, such as ESN
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News in Brief – July 15
By Neil Merrett
The UK’s new information commissioner will begin work on Monday, GDS kicks off the first of its local authority ID assurance events and the MoJ issues a tender for monitoring hardware
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Total G-Cloud spend climbs to £1.26bn after data publication delay
By Neil Merrett
First update of government figures in over two months also finds overall spending through the outgoing digital services framework climbing to £68m
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G-Cloud spend figures now two months out of date
By Neil Merrett
The Cabinet Office says there has been no change to the reporting policy for sales made through the Digital Marketplace; no updates have been posted since May 6
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Fourth major government projects report published
By Neil Merrett
Projects authority head says despite “steady” progress up to April 2016, too many government programmes remain in the low delivery confidence range for an extended period of time
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Scottish Police Authority agrees to terminate i6 contract
Mutual agreement reached between stakeholders including Accenture to end operational system agreement and reconsider IT options
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Competition authority clears Motorola's acquisition of Airwave
By David Bicknell
Approval removes any regulatory concern that could have delayed ongoing development of the Emergency Services Network
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DWP outlines £80m secure mail system needs
By Neil Merrett
Pre-tender notice considering single supplier agreement to meet data scanning and storage needs, although separate lots could also be considered
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Brexit: Tech industry demands Whitehall publish digital strategy now
By Neil Merrett
Calls among several recommendations set out by techUK to try and protect key technology initiatives, including commitment to cross border data sharing
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News in Brief - June 23
By Neil Merrett
GDS seeks a director for the Digital Marketplace as efforts get underway to support a "radical redesign" of its Digital Service Standard, Angus Council becomes latest authority to join SWAN
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Police ICT Company chief worries about body-worn video procurement
By David Bicknell
Martin Wyke applauds innovation from body-worn video adoption but warns of lack of common technical standards, wide variation in unit cost and little thought given to data use, sharing and storage
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LGFL's Jackson sets out manifesto for local digital innovation
By David Bicknell
London Grid for Learning chief executive wants to see creation of "joined-up" digital organisation to act on councils' behalf as a centre of excellence, providing a unifying voice for local government
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G-Cloud 8 application deadline extended
By Neil Merrett
Potential suppliers will have additional 48 hours to review revised framework documentation amidst wider debate on how best to evolve cloud service procurement for the public sector
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Whitehall seeks feedback over revised Technology Code of Practice
By Neil Merrett
Responses now being sought on new good practice guidance for Whitehall technology procurement; spend controls also in process of being amended
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Memset founder: "the G-Cloud dream is dying"
By David Bicknell
Kate Craig-Wood complains of "pitiful return" via G-Cloud and says the company has had no business from the framework since 2013
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