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Liverpool City Council awards £10.3m ICT services contract
By Neil Merrett
Computacenter among several suppliers to be awarded place on three year multi-lot agreement to provide hardware and software services to organisations across the city
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News in Brief - March 30
Natural England publishes 1000 open datasets; university consortium launches £600m computing framework and talks commence on Welsh open government developments
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Identity tool among future CAP delivery IT proposals
By Neil Merrett
RPA issues second wave technology procurement PIN for delivery programme that was returned to pen and paper system over concerns about ICT
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MoJ to terminate GPS offender tagging hardware contract
By Neil Merrett
Citing "challenging" development of bespoke monitoring hardware for tags, government to launch new procurement for currently available technology
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Reform backs multi-agency leadership for digital courts overhaul
By Neil Merrett
Think tank report argues collaborative strategy is essential to scale-up use of predictive analysis and video enabled justice to address "cumbersome" UK court system
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CCS issues Technology Products 2 pre-tender
By Neil Merrett
Proposed £4bn framework expected to provide integrated commercial solutions to support public sector digital transformation; goes to market in May
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GDS off the blocks at Sprint 16 to map out its future
By David Bicknell
GDS agrees it won't build everything at the centre but will ensure it gets built; detailed funding plans still evolving
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NHS computer review launched amidst £4.2bn paperless push
By Neil Merrett
Professor Bob Wachter will report to government in June on findings as Jeremy Hunt today reaffirms investment aims looking at health apps and online service development
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Why digital pathology could help the NHS move beyond 19th century cancer diagnostics
The digitisation of pathology could have a significant impact on improved diagnoses and timely cancer care, writes Sectra's Chris Scarisbrick
Infrastructure > Hardware > Features
University consortiums announce HPC and print framework tenders
By Neil Merrett
Two separate agreements with a maximum combined value of £580m to be launched for high-performance computing and print management services
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