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Whitehall gets advice on how to exit major IT contracts
By Matteo Natalucci
Government Commercial Function document provides guidance on principles for disaggregation government organisations should follow when managing exits from “large expiring IT contracts”
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Glasgow confirms new IT deal with CGI to transform local digital services
By David Bicknell
Deal agreed under City of Edinburgh Council’s framework contract, is expected to be worth between £300m and £400m over seven years
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Glasgow and Serco agree deal that will see ACCESS JV end four months early
By David Bicknell
Deal was due to end in March 2018; agreement opens door for Glasgow to conclude deal with CGI
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Government to design new application process system for EU citizens after Brexit
By Matteo Natalucci
Government says it will consider “digital ways” to verify identity “to make it both secure and user friendly”; EU unconvinced by UK application system proposal
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Bracknell Forest Council appoints Invotra to upgrade its Intranet
By Matteo Natalucci
Supplier awarded an initial two-year contract, with the option to extend for a further two years
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CCS and GDS team up to simplify public sector contracts
By Matteo Natalucci
Goal is to bring policy and digital together to deliver user-centred, design-led and data-driven approaches to public procurement by 2020
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FCO seeks suppliers of voice and data connectivity services for new framework
By David Bicknell
Current framework contract for the supply of global connectivity services and associated voice and video services expires in 2018/2019; new framework contract value is estimated at £100m
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HSCN launches with first live customer
Digital dictation firm Crescendo Systems becomes first organisation to gain access to Health and Social Care Network
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Home Office wants to use body-worn video for police interviews
By Matteo Natalucci
Changes of regulation will allow suspects to be interviewed at the scene of a crime
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HMRC outlines contingency plans for its Customs Declaration System
By Matteo Natalucci
Department asked for £7.3m to upgrade the current CHIEF system to manage the expected 250m transaction by March 2019
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MoJ invests £2m in body-worn cameras to boost jail safety
By Matteo Natalucci
Prison officers in England and Wales now have access to body-worn cameras as part of multimillion pound investment to improve safety in jails
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EU seeks help to improve its e-Translation solutions
By Matteo Natalucci
The EU is using AI powered e-Translation solutions to help European public administrations exchange information across language barriers but needs e-language expertise from suppliers
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Government plans reform to boost UK’s digital infrastructure
By Matteo Natalucci
Changes to the UK’s Electronic Communications Code expected to speed up the rollout of mobile and broadband services in areas with poor mobile coverage
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CCS opens HSCN Access Framework dynamic purchasing system to supplier bids
By David Bicknell
The landmark DPS, which will allow new HSCN compliant suppliers to join at any time, is due to go live on November 24
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Essex County Council seeks help to deliver Superfast broadband
By Matteo Natalucci
The council wants 99% of all fixed addresses in the county to have access to superfast broadband by 2021
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