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Whitehall take steps to protect public services, employees and SMEs in wake of Carillion failure
By David Bicknell
Manzoni insists dedicated teams have been monitoring Whitehall’s key suppliers while GSA says “properly managed, properly governed, properly scrutinised outsourcing arrangements” should not go bad in this way
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Whitehall and wider public sector checks its exposure to Carillion’s collapse
By David Bicknell
Central government departments and agencies, councils, NHS trusts and other IT services vendors all facing impact from contracts or relationships with construction company which is going into liquidation
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Home Office wants help for eGates Interface project
By Matteo Natalucci
£1m project aims to enhance the capabilities Border Force has for operating the immigration controls via e-Gates
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dxw takes aim at quality of Digital Marketplace opportunities for SMEs
By David Bicknell
Survey claims 71% of opportunities reviewed by dxw did not adequately explain what problem was to be solved, and 74% did not clearly describe user needs
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Home Office wants single service capability to enhance national biometric system
By Matteo Natalucci
£308m project will transition service management of the IDENT1 and IABS systems to a single supplier
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Home Office wants help for Border Crossing Mobile Feasibility Study
By Matteo Natalucci
£900k project seeks to investigate the possibility of delivering a mobile based capability to support the passenger clearance process
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CCS wants to replace its MISO reporting tool
By Matteo Natalucci
£260k project requires team to build to a more stable, easy to use  reporting tool to collect management information from suppliers
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Haringey and Islington to vote on a plan to transfer the ICT function to Camden
By Matteo Natalucci
The proposals will be considered by Haringey’s Cabinet on January 16  and at Camden Council’s Cabinet on January 24
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Government wants better mobile and Wi-Fi connectivity for rail passengers
By Matteo Natalucci
As part of its 5G strategy, the Government has committed to improving mobile and Wi-Fi coverage on trains
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Government wants high speed broadband to become a legal right
By Matteo Natalucci
Government confirmed its commitment of giving everyone access to high speed broadband by 2020
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HMRC seeks a deputy category director for IT 
By Matteo Natalucci
£130k role will be responsible for supporting sourcing activity in the IT sub-category
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DCMS outlines steps towards the 5G Future
By Matteo Natalucci
Government details the next phase of work aimed at discovering new and innovative use cases for 5G
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Government launches competition for new Institutes of Technology
By Matteo Natalucci
£170m contest aims to bridge the country’s technical and digital skills gaps
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Scottish Government wants to build online identity-assurance service
By Matteo Natalucci
Aim is to develop a common public sector approach to online identity assurance, as part of digital public services; future technical discovery will weigh merits of ‘myaccount’ and GOV.UK Verify
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NI’s Land and Property Services issues tender for spatial data management
By Matteo Natalucci
£4m contract for supporting services for the OSNI 2015 large-scale mapping data in the LPS spatial Database
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