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PAC: probation service ICT is “inefficient, unreliable and hard to use”
By David Bicknell
Parliamentary spending watchdog critical of impact of poor ICT on transformation efforts; wants urgent improvement in usability of nDelius case management system used by NOMS
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Statistics Canada’s chief quits over agency’s ageing IT systems
By David Bicknell
Chief statistician Wayne Smith was concerned that just when Statistics Canada needed to be agile in a big data world, it was being hampered by government IT
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Blockchain and data sharing among digital economy debate concerns
By Neil Merrett
Opposition MPs set out a number of key criticisms of proposed legislation to outline infrastructure and regulation to support increasingly digital services in the UK
Blogs > Government Computing Network Blog
Wachter review dismisses “unrealistic” 2020 paperless NHS push
By Neil Merrett
New findings call for clear plans for £4.2bn NHS digitisation funding by end of 2016, with further money sought to ensure digital maturity of all trusts by 2023
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Genomics England’s 100,000 Genomes project gets EMC support
By David Bicknell
Project, which will sequence genomes from 70,000 people, will rely on an Isilon data lake for all the data collected during genome sequencing
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Fire service spend data published on common national procurement needs
By Neil Merrett
Home Office publishes per unit costs of purchases by 45 organisations across England in bid to encourage collaborative buying; direct comparison of information said to be complicated
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NHS CCIO appointed under wider technology executive overhaul
By Neil Merrett
Professor Keith McNeil, Will Smart and Juliet Bauer will take up the roles of NHS CCIO, CIO and director of digital experience respectively
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Whitehall holds its breath over Referendum fallout
By David Bicknell
If Britain votes for Brexit, the civil service, legislation, processes and IT systems face years of uncertainty and upheaval, though still with opportunities for some. A Remain vote, however, could see policy and procurement confidence flooding back
Blogs > Government Computing Network Blog
Dearnley defends HMRC's post-Aspire outlook
By David Bicknell
HMRC CDIO says department focus is on "clean, simple, really easy to understand deals" that "don't mortgage the future"
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Tri-borough and BT to collaborate in £200m London ICT framework
By David Bicknell
Agreement covering range of ICT products and services will be open to public sector users across London, with health sector organisations a key target
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