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ITSM in 2030 likely to have dropped the ‘IT’
By David Bicknell
Forthcoming AXELOS study mulls future of IT service management and role of ITIL in 2030
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Deloitte chosen to support NOMS cloud managed service needs
By Neil Merrett
Contract valued at £4.2m aims to support digitisation and network aims for prison and probation service transformation, as well as the replacement of existing NICTS contract with HPES
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CCS awards Lot 2 of print services framework after legal delays
By Neil Merrett
Nine suppliers including Capita, Konica and Canon awarded places on public sector-wide agreement to provide devices, managed print services and records management functions
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Home Office details further £26m in police innovation funding
By Neil Merrett
Latest tranche of funds outlined in 2015 Spending Review will aim to support projects including data analytics lab and national function to streamline DNA results
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CCS awards PEPPOL access point services contracts
By David Bicknell
£52m framework is expected to help drive down transaction costs, particularly in the NHS, which has committed to PEPPOL adoption across all trusts
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DH seeks ambulance mobilisation services in £14.4m deal as ESN looms
By David Bicknell
Tender covers plans to roll out integrated control room and mobile data vehicle solution for NHS ambulance services, including potentially Wales and Scotland
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CCS puts quality assurance in place with testing framework
By David Bicknell
New procurement for quality assurance and test delivery framework follows collaboration with the Home Office; closing date for supplier bids is January 6
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Digital Outcomes agreement to be extended into 2017 ahead of revamp
By Neil Merrett
Replacement framework on schedule to go live in February with similar terms to predecessor as work gets underway on more drastic overhaul for future iterations
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The Met nabs Microsoft for its UK data-centres
By David Bicknell
Metropolitan Police Service to store body-worn video content from its Evidence.com site in Microsoft’s UK data-centres on the Azure platform
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Home Office awards £200m ADB agreement to support ESN
By Neil Merrett
Five suppliers take places on new framework designed to undertake a series of competitions to implement, construct and manage passive infrastructure requirements for ESMCP
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How not to run an eCensus
By David Bicknell
Report into Australian census hit by cyber attacks criticises incident management and procurement; warns of serious blow to public confidence in “government’s ability to deliver on public expectations”
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Barnet three-year review highlights £31m savings in Capita contract
By David Bicknell
Review earmarks delivery of IT and estates services as areas for improvement; further savings of over £2m a year identified; discussions on possible extension likely towards end of financial year
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Legal challenge holds up lot 2 of CCS’ print framework
By David Bicknell
Delay in RM3781 begins to drives users to find alternative to key lot tender
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MoD wants service management help for New Style of IT programme
By David Bicknell
Contract worth between £10m and £20m will run for just over two years to March 2019
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Digital Outcomes 2 framework opens for applications
By David Bicknell
Delay follows need to make changes to framework terms and conditions; application closing date will be Dec 14
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