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Hull picks Civica for outsourcing partnership
By Neil Merrett
Company unveiled as preferred bidder for revenues and benefits deal designed to curb council costs and maintain existing staff numbers
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Islington and Camden to launch new shared ICT service
By David Bicknell
North London councils hope to save £4m a year; decisions to be made by Camden on Sept 9 and Islington on Sept 24
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Submissions for G-Cloud 7 likely to open this week
By David Bicknell
Blog issues advice to organisations bidding to get on framework
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Total G-Cloud sales approach £700m
By Neil Merrett
Updated figures suggest DSF spending reached £26.4m last month as CCS braces for a further shake up of the Digital Marketplace
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SCC awarded £13.5m Oxford City Council ICT deal
By Neil Merrett
Authority opts to appoint single supplier to oversee technology needs rather than splitting five remaining lots between different suppliers
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Harrow plans web forms overhaul with cloud switch
By Neil Merrett
Authority looking at opportunities to streamline online service offerings to help realise improved operational efficiencies as part of channel shift aims
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Edinburgh confirms seven-year £186m services deal with CGI
By David Bicknell
Transformational ICT outsourcing contract intended to deliver £45m savings
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Government seeks open standards feedback
By Neil Merrett
Consultation invites responses on proposals to overhaul standards for sharing job, location and property information in support of wider digital transformation aims
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NHS trust bags place on Technology Services framework
By David Bicknell
St Helens and Knowsley NHS Trust brushes shoulders with IT services names on 80-strong framework
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Legal concerns prevent G-Cloud 7 rating and review take-up
By Neil Merrett
Government commits to launching framework tender later this month during the first of a series of engagement events focused on future of the Digital Marketplace
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Camden's Jackson wants councils to exert more digital influence on Whitehall
By David Bicknell
CIO wants to accelerate groundbreaking work already underway in local government, arguing formation of digital leadership capability is "highest priority"
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ODI urges strong data leadership in post-Bracken era
By Neil Merrett
Group calls for next government chief data officer to focus on enacting open standards and licensing to strengthen information sharing nationally
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We need to talk about Mike
By David Bicknell
A few quotes from inside and outside Whitehall on GDS executive director Mike Bracken's announcement of his departure from government
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Interactivity drives Torbay’s BI overhaul aims
By Neil Merrett
Council now working to add in-house purchase card reconciliation as part of ongoing efforts to improve automation of its finance data
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CGI set for £186m Edinburgh ICT services contract
By David Bicknell
CGI to be preferred bidder for seven year contract which aims to transform council services and save £45m over seven years
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