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Edinburgh raises questions over CGI performance
By David Bicknell
Governance, Risk and Best Value committee meeting today sets up workshop to discuss options following concerns highlighted in ICT Programme report
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Theo Blackwell named London’s first chief digital officer
By David Bicknell
Imaginative choice by Mayor Sadiq Khan takes Camden Council’s Cabinet member for finance, technology and growth into significant digital role for London
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Police officers who lack IT skills should be sacked, report suggests
By Matteo Natalucci
Reform think-tank wants shake-up in police digitalisation strategy to combat rising cyber crime threat
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EU to support wireless connectivity for local communities
By Matteo Natalucci
EU to update in October Connecting Europe Facility (CEF) Work Programme to include budget for wireless connectivity for local communities
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EU to award grants for the development of Digital Service Infrastructures
By Matteo Natalucci
Up to €77m EU grants to help European public administrations and their partners adopt core digital services platforms
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Islington fined £70k after parking system flaw leaves personal data at risk
System's design faults put data of 89,000 people at risk of being accessed by external users
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ODI stimulus fund will help drive public services redesign
By David Bicknell
Open Data Institute ITT will see £160k to be awarded across 3-5 consortia
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Scottish Parliament targeted in cyber attack
By Matteo Natalucci
Hackers attempted to access numerous MSPs' email accounts by systematically and repeatedly trying to break their passwords
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GDS to start offering Notify to local government.
By Matteo Natalucci
GDS to invite 20 service teams in local government to start using Notify
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£15m to boost Northern England’s projects
By Matteo Natalucci
Government to fund projects aimed at increasing opportunities for people to experience, benefit and contribute to culture and tech
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Manchester launches ITT for digital solutions to solve city centre issues
By David Bicknell
Procurement is part of CityVerve smart city demonstrator and will tackle issues raised by 2016 City Centre Review
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Public sector employees get Wi-Fi boost with 'govroam'
By David Bicknell
Wi-Fi service which evolved from eduroam likely to see major use in health and social care; NHS is fastest growing adopter
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Hampshire FRS backs Motorola to support firefighter comms
By Matteo Natalucci
Hampshire emergency services to deploy Motorola WAVE to connect digital radio system with TETRA technology
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IPA: Whitehall major projects show “slow and steady” delivery improvement
By Neil Merrett
Watchdog says there is an overall improvement in delivering £455bn major projects portfolio, despite progress of some key ICT programmes still viewed as being critical
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Ontario publishes digital service standard alpha
By David Bicknell
Beta version expected later this year, with live version to follow in Spring 2018
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