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Bridgend council leads £6.7m Welsh integrated care plan
By Neil Merrett
Council expected to be first Welsh authority to deploy single national CCIS system in 2015, with other authorities devising plans to follow suit
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May targets further police efficiency savings aided by IT
By David Bicknell
Police Federation told that "significant efficiencies" can be found if forces work together "collaboratively, improve their ICT and understand demand better"
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Brent extends Capita tax collection partnership
By Neil Merrett
Agreement valued at £8.3m will see continuation of 12 year collaboration with the authority focused around efficiency savings
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Highland Council targets 40% online service take-up
By Neil Merrett
Digital ambitions for 2017 to be supported through new portal linking up with 'myaccount' ID assurance tool to deliver secure, cost efficient interaction
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Hancock must bring a platform for transparent thinking to the Cabinet Office
By David Bicknell
The economic case for Government as a Platform (GaaP) and ensuring public confidence in the Cabinet Office's data are key tasks facing new minister Matt Hancock
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CLCH trust awards Capita £80m back office support deal
By Neil Merrett
London-based community care provider enters into strategic partnership to outsource ICT, HR and estates management services
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Innopsis wants safer public sector information sharing
By David Bicknell
Relaunched PSNGB group to champion PSN as trusted network to 'safely' share information and reinvent how the public sector works
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Athena's election day showcase looks for police force votes
By David Bicknell
Discussions with Met, Athena and Minerva group of Niche forces mooted on how to standardise police data models
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Holyrood explains delays to farmers' subsidies system
By David Bicknell
Scottish government blames "extremely complex European reforms" for delays and cost overruns that worry auditor general
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General Election: Getting party political with open data
By Neil Merrett
With a week to go, the Open Data Institute has provided a view on how the next government can expand and broaden support for open data – cutting costs in the process
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