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Nesta: Government risks forgetting as much as it remembers 
By Matteo Natalucci
Think-tank report sets out how the public sector could benefit from a federated, data-driven approach
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HMRC’s robots set to crack 10m transactions threshold
By David Bicknell
Chief Digital & Information Officer Jacky Wright due to announce milestone at today’s Government Computing conference in London
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NHS Digital to take Electronic Prescription Service national for urgent care settings
By David Bicknell
Decision follows completion of successful pilots in London and East Midlands
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Can technology really attract and retain staff?
Ian Hodson, head of reward at the University of Lincoln, discusses how the technology a company uses - and its availability - has become a symbolic aspect of an organisation’s culture
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ONS develops new apprenticeship in data science
By Matteo Natalucci
New apprenticeship program aims to beef up existing statistics-gathering by harnessing new data sources and technologies
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Council websites struggle to describe complex waste collection regimes
By David Bicknell
Better Connected report discusses actions councils should take to communicate via their websites how they want residents to put out rubbish
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DFID and GSMA launch mobile tech humanitarian plan
By Matteo Natalucci
The programme will provide innovation funding to partnerships that demonstrate the impact of digital solutions in humanitarian contexts
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Home Office review of ESN programme hints at more agile delivery approach
By David Bicknell
Review by new CDDTO Joanna Davinson considers getting ‘capability’, particularly data, into hands of emergency services users hands earlier to build confidence and get feedback as delayed project rolls out
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New code of conduct for public-sector use of AI published by Nesta
By Matteo Natalucci
Nesta outlines ten principles for public sector use of artificial intelligence and algorithmic decision making
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West Yorkshire Police goes on beat with biometrics
By David Bicknell
Force has added fingerprint scanning to its Pronto mobile application suite and will now roll it out to 250 frontline police officers
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Home Office to beef up development capability within Digital Services at Border 
By Matteo Natalucci
£4.9m project aims to increase Borders IT’s development capability
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CCS plays down G-Cloud rethink but mulls how to bring forward G10 OJEU
By David Bicknell
Crown Commercial Service says it has been “overwhelmed” with G10 feedback and says it will share its revised thinking as part of a SaaS discovery webinar
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Cabinet Office launches new government shared services strategy
By David Bicknell
Strategy said to require substantive negotiation with SSCL, building of internal capability and use of self-service, robotics and offshoring; will also see Oracle Cloud Home Office pathfinder being extended to other departments
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CCS wants to replace its MISO reporting tool
By Matteo Natalucci
£260k project requires team to build to a more stable, easy to use  reporting tool to collect management information from suppliers
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Government wants better mobile and Wi-Fi connectivity for rail passengers
By Matteo Natalucci
As part of its 5G strategy, the Government has committed to improving mobile and Wi-Fi coverage on trains
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