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CIFPA Business awarded pan-London fraud hub contract
By Neil Merrett
Agreement to operate fraud solution developed by the London Borough of Ealing on a payment-by-results basis is valued at between £20m and £53.6m; solution will use advanced analytics to detect and prevent fraud
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G-Cloud 9 launches with 2,847 suppliers onboard
By Neil Merrett
Latest iteration of the procurement framework ends a prolonged discovery and consultation phase that has abandoned running concurrent versions of the agreement
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Service Birmingham JV to be dissolved in favour of revised Capita deal
By Neil Merrett
Birmingham City Council announces intention to end joint ICT venture with a new arrangement yet to be finalised to realise further cost savings with the company over the next four years
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Manifesto commits Tories to Verify
By David Bicknell
Manifesto includes Whitehall shake-up plan to combine parts of Land Registry, Ordnance Survey, Valuation Office, Hydrographic Office and Geological Survey to create “comprehensive geospatial data body within government, the largest repository of open land data in the world”
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Socitm social care findings raise concerns over online access and visibility
By Neil Merrett
Two new studies conducted as part of Better Connected programme have found that around 50% of surveyed council were providing services rated as 'good' or 'very good'
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Cyber attacks may spur regional plans to provide cyber support
By David Bicknell
Emerging idea for mutual cyber support from local organisations will require NCSC funding and backing from Whitehall
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BT’s public sector strategy to adopt regional and devolved focus
By David Bicknell
Six regional UK directors appointed as company focus includes organisation transformation and health and social care integration
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Bolton trust targets broader open source eye care record uptake
By Neil Merrett
Having this year gone live with OpenEyes software devised by another trust, hospital body now looking to expand functionality and user base among other trusts
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ODI outlines devolution and General Election data hopes
By Neil Merrett
With London set to appoint its first digital chief and a General Election looming, the institute outlines how parties could better prepare for upcoming challenges from data use
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CCS issues Health and Social Care Network data access pre-tender
By Neil Merrett
Proposed framework agreement valued at £800m is expected to be published in early July in order to support connectivity to multi-supplier solution replacing N3 health network
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GLA scopes out creating London Office of Technology and Innovation
By David Bicknell
Exercise will explore potential for London’s public services to co-ordinate innovation efforts in data, digital and technology; partner sought with closing date for applications of May 17
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Hull announces Civica Digital data management partnership
By Neil Merrett
New agreement reached with company and VisionWare to create single citizen view solution to improve service automation focus for authority
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G-Cloud 9 suppliers wait on result of their applications
By David Bicknell
CCS expected to inform successful suppliers on May 8; CCS to work closely with public sector leaders group Socitm to ensure its procurement initiatives are effective for local government
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Poor digital literacy holds back change projects, local HR leaders say
By David Bicknell
40% of HR leaders say the digital knowledge of their front line staff as ‘inadequate’ though the digital literacy of senior managers as improved
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Digital exclusion tops local government digital concerns, study finds
By Neil Merrett
LGiU research undertaken by Camden Council's Theo Blackwell warns of fears among elected officials about a digital divide, as well as challenges with connectivity and data sharing
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