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New HMRC CDIO Jacky Wright leads finance director hunt
By David Bicknell
Department to appoint new £130K finance role for CDIO function charged with ensuring HMRC extracts maximum value from its IT spend
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Bradley wants to make Britain the safest place in the world to be online
By Matteo Natalucci
DCMS’s new proposals aims to tackle growing online dangers, while continuing to embrace the benefits and opportunities the Internet has brought for British citizens
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Maltby outlines local government’s digital transformation challenges
DCLG’s director Data Projects highlights user centred design, commodity components, using data, and connecting to our community
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Socitm: ‘Place’ fundamental in addressing digital transformation
By Matteo Natalucci
Martin Ferguson, Socitm’s director of Policy & Research, discusses the benefits of a place-based solution to tackle digital transformation and the requisite leadership to achieve it
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Healthcare back office specialist Egton goes Cloud Native
By David Bicknell
EMIS Group organisation providing primary, social and community care services to migrate its software services onto UKCloud’s cloud platform
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e-Government declaration helps European public administrations go digital
By Matteo Natalucci
States agree on a five year roadmap to enable seamless digital delivery of services across sectors and collaboration in public service provision
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UK to sign Tallinn Declaration on e-Government tomorrow
By Matteo Natalucci
The declarations aims to reinvigorate Europe's e-Government efforts and intend to agree upon a roadmap for ‘next steps’ both at national and EU level
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ONS seeks help to develop UK’s first data science degree level apprenticeship
By Matteo Natalucci
Office for National Statistics is currently seeking views of data science community on its new apprenticeship program
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Manzoni calls in McKinsey to conduct review of online identities for public services
By David Bicknell
Work likely to consider Verify ‘next steps’ including commercial model and governance as well as how to deliver on Transformation Strategy goal of having 25m Verify users by 2020
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Citizen expectations of service delivery drive digital revolution
By David Bicknell
Agilisys survey reveals 70% of respondents believe citizen communication will improve through implementation of enabling digital technologies
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Gauke presses ahead with Universal Credit rollout
By David Bicknell
Work and Pensions secretary rejects calls for rollout pause but promises new guidance to DWP staff over possibility of giving advance payments for some claimants
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EU to award grants to analyse and exploit complex public datasets
By Matteo Natalucci
Up to €6m EU grants available to help public administrations and supplier partners address the scalable exploitation of massive amounts of public and open data
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Universal Credit is back on the agenda at the Tory party conference
By David Bicknell
Despite concerns about the social impact of an acceleration in UC’s rollout in October, work and pensions secretary David Gauke is unlikely to agree to any 'pause'
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GDS seeks deputy director for technology operations
By Matteo Natalucci
£90k role will be responsible for driving operational knowledge sharing across all technical teams
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NHS Digital discusses Summary Care Record benefits
By Matteo Natalucci
Executive director Eve Roodhouse says making more use of electronic Summary Care Records could make a big impact on improving patient care”
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