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Glasgow mulls Edinburgh’s landmark CGI deal as prime option to replace ACCESS
By David Bicknell
Outline business case planned for February 2017 as Glasgow looks set to piggyback on Edinburgh's CGI relationship
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Technology Products 2 framework goes live
By Neil Merrett
A total of 68 suppliers have been included on the framework; over 50% are SMEs in line with wider technology procurement reform ambitions
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Police Federation shares watchdog digital system and skills fears
By Neil Merrett
Despite overall praise for police efficiency in new inspectorate findings, stakeholders back calls for “significant improvements” around digital skills and system interoperability
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GDS delays application process for Digital Outcomes 2 framework
By Neil Merrett
Suppliers interested in providing services through agreement are expected to have to wait at least a few more weeks to register in order to allow for a further review of contract terms
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News in Brief – October 28
By Neil Merrett
Police Scotland responds to ICO data audit findings, G-Cloud 9 moves into alpha phase and the National Procurement Service (NPS) issues £60m MFDs framework tender
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HSCN compliance checks to commence as N3 termination nears
By Neil Merrett
Innopsis argues that broad marketplace of both smaller and larger vendors will be a key measure of success for multi-supplier network agreement scheduled to replace outgoing N3 service
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A changing relationship
By David Bicknell
Kevin Cunnington signals less adversarial, even nicer relationships for GDS, by working more closely with Whitehall departments
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DOS2 set to go live in February 2017
By David Bicknell
Framework applications due to open on November 1 and close on December 6
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Questions re-emerge over Mike Stone’s future at MoD
By David Bicknell
CDIO is believed to be under contract until next year but questions remain over whether or not he will stay in his post; rumours that Stone resigned on Friday, with Ivan Hooper named as interim
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Welsh government tenders for combined student dataset
By Neil Merrett
Contract will create anonymised record of pupil performance from GCSE to higher education; unions say information is already available but question how data is to be used
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Fujitsu proposed job losses not down to Aspire and Sirius
By David Bicknell
Vendor insists proposed losses are down to “transformation programme” to support customers “in era of digital transformation”; no job losses will take place until 2017
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Outsourcing name removed as National Outsourcing Association rebrands
By David Bicknell
National Outsourcing Association becomes the UK chapter of the Global Sourcing Association
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CCS may be set to review G-Cloud’s standard two-year contract length
By David Bicknell
CCS seems minded to respond positively to the MoD and some vendors over a rethink over the duration of framework contracts, including, but “not necessarily restricted to” G-Cloud
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Birmingham mulls transactional service options after website revamp
By Neil Merrett
Authority exploring options with suppliers for providing new online functions while also considering interoperability potential as part of combined regional authority
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CCS procurement policy will replace ‘PQQs’ with ‘standard selection questionnaires’
By David Bicknell
New SSQ has been introduced to simplify supplier selection process and give SMEs a better chance of competing on bids
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