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Innopsis looks ahead to future PSN options
By David Bicknell
Network providers association’s roundtable on Mar 9 will focus on what the future looks like for PSN
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HMIC seeks legal expertise for police interoperability ‘network code’
By Neil Merrett
Final draft of voluntary arrangement intended to be completed by March to begin setting out collaborative police ICT approach that could impact major projects, including ESN
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Glasgow resumes IT services discussions with CGI
By David Bicknell
City Council considers using the CGI-Edinburgh framework contract already adopted by Scottish Borders Council
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Serco raises process questions over Glasgow City Council’s post-ACCESS plans
By David Bicknell
Supplier “concerned” over council’s “decision to negotiate directly with CGI rather than hold a competitive tender process”
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MoD promises action to reduce backlog of CP&F payments to suppliers
By David Bicknell
Ministry statement praises role of SMEs in supply chain and stresses that it is engaging with suppliers over payment delays
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CTS details new standardised approach to exit legacy ICT contracts
By Neil Merrett
Organisation working with Whitehall infrastructure and projects watchdog to better overcome contractual barriers around taking more common approach to technology adoption
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MoD delays with online procurement system hit SMEs’ pockets
By David Bicknell
Smaller suppliers say delays with “CP&F” upgrade means they have not been paid since October 2016, forcing them to approach their banks for financial support
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CCS extends management consultancies framework deadline
By David Bicknell
Closing date for submissions will now be February 21 following pressure from SMEs for extra time following the change for “previous supply” period from one to three years
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Public sector analysis group GlobalData signals ICT spend dip
By David Bicknell
Spending on Whitehall IT staff increases as organisations ramp up in-house activities; outlay on outsourcing contracts declines
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Delayed GDS strategy unveiled in wider Whitehall reform plan
By Neil Merrett
Government Transformation Strategy reaffirms many existing GDS commitments to data sharing, while stepping up use and scope of existing payment and ID platforms
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Reform argues technology will be key driver for public sector change
By David Bicknell
Role of automation flagged, with even the most complex roles at risk of automation
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GDS role in achieving £3.3bn 2015/2016 savings tagged at £339m
By David Bicknell
Government claims £1.2bn of operational savings and £2.1bn of benefits from fraud measures, property asset sales and new commercial models
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Treasury committee: HMRC digital tax pledges “small” step in right direction
By Neil Merrett
MP Andrew Tyrie calls for more clarity on free software commitments to support smaller businesses affected by digital tax reforms, commits to further reviews of project’s costs and intended savings
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CCS change of heart gives SMEs fairer run at Management Consultancy framework
By David Bicknell
Crown Commercial Service revises capacity requirement for “previous supply” from 2200 days over one year, to 2200 days over three years
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Management consultancy framework clarification set to close today
By David Bicknell
SMEs advised that if they have complaints over the 2200 day bar, they could consider mounting a proportionality challenge or raise concerns about poor procurement practice through the Mystery Shopper Service
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