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Glasgow weighs up terminating its Serco ACCESS contract early
By David Bicknell
City council concerned at deteriorating relationship with supplier following what it describes as a “very public attempt to put pressure on elected members through the media”
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Cabinet Office needs new leadership as May forms minority government
By Neil Merrett
Ben Gummer, previously responsible for driving digital transformation in Whitehall, loses his seat in bruising night for the Conservatives. Where now for GDS?
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Data commissioner calls for government action on police data handling laws
By Neil Merrett
Elizabeth Denham says that as GDPR comes into effect, the lack of legislative certainty on the justice-focused Law Enforcement Directive creates significant technology issues for forces to address
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Janet Hughes sets out stall on what a digital organisation looks like
By David Bicknell
Former Verify lead says there is plenty of advice on what a good digital service looks like, but less on how to turn your whole organisation digital; describes a 'digital superhero' as "a single point of failure"
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Digital forensic standards revamp on track despite industry cost fears
By Neil Merrett
Forensic Science Regulator says survey concerns of practitioners have been considered as part of wider work on developing new best practice to prevent avoidable quality failures
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Italy creates “design community” for digital public services
By David Bicknell
“Designers Italia” wants to strengthen the role of design thinking in the planning of digital public services; describes site as a community of practices
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IISP updates skills framework with eye on evolving cyber threat
By Neil Merrett
Institute unveils revised agreement designed to better support government and the private sector with emerging challenges in securing and analysing systems
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Ongoing Windows XP use among Met Police data audit concerns
By Neil Merrett
Despite praising some good practice around security manuals and guidance provided to the force's staff, data regulator warns there is considerable to improve data management
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Beverley Bryant to leave NHS Digital for supplier alliance
By Neil Merrett
Organisation’s director of digital transformation to move into supplier community from August to help lead combined approach to mobile and shared record solutions
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CCS set to respond to CL1 framework extension criticism
By David Bicknell
Naritas Consulting raises concerns over status of new contracts placed through framework after June 2017, saying they are outside the ordering period, and so are not covered by the agreement
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DWP awards £2.5m appointment booking solution contract
By Neil Merrett
While GDS is understood to have no current plans for a cross department booking solution, DWP has signed a 12 month contract for appointment system to support Universal Credit
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DWP tests market for appointments booking system for Universal Credit
By David Bicknell
Potential procurement raises questions as to the future of a cross-Whitehall appointments booking system under GaaP
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Vendors partner up as clock ticks louder towards GDPR debut
By David Bicknell
With GDPR now just a year away, and NHS cyber-attacks fresh in the memory, suppliers of management consultancy, archiving and testing services are keen to highlight their expertise
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Voter registration deadline passes without major online service disruptions
By Neil Merrett
‘Register to vote’ service records busiest day for online applications ahead of General Election after GDS vow to learn user demand lessons from 2016 disruption
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Cisco: three quarters of IoT projects are failing
By David Bicknell
Vendor’s survey claims 60% of IoT initiatives stall at the proof of concept stage while only 26% of companies have had an IoT initiative they considered to be a complete success
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