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Government steps up hunt for Civil Service leader
By David Bicknell
Recruitment drive demands private sector track record for £200,000 post
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Devon Police consider Dorset shared ICT plan
By Neil Merrett
Decision expected to be taken by end of 2014 on potential ICT collaboration focused on improved cost effectiveness and interoperability
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NAO wants Cabinet Office's ERG to show more savings evidence
By David Bicknell
Auditor applauds efficiency group's sums, but calls for more information-gathering in its day-to-day work
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Number Ten to advertise new Whitehall CEO role
By David Bicknell
Job to lead civil service reform will be advertised externally with focus likely to be on private sector candidates, though some top permanent secretaries will be considered
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Kerslake leaves Civil Service leadership role
By David Bicknell
Reshuffle which led to surprise departures for Hague and Gove has also cost Sir Bob Kerslake his job in battle between ministers and mandarins
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ICO calls for more resources as data protection complaints rise
By Neil Merrett
Care.data and prevention of local government data breaches among authority's key public sector concerns
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Eastern councils weigh up shared services plan
By David Bicknell
Cambridge City Council considers working with local district councils to explore options for shared ICT services
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DCLG creates £16m fund to help councils reduce fraud
By David Bicknell
Proposals for funding must be submitted by early September
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Socitm wants public sector to adopt DSDM
By David Bicknell
Public sector technology manaagement group advocates development approach that combines best of Agile and PRINCE2
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Work Programme gets mixed NAO assessment despite improvements
By Neil Merrett
Auditor warns flawed performance measurements and contracts have led to "unnecessary and avoidable costs" despite some improvements to DWP scheme
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Hampshire to double telecare investment
By Neil Merrett
Council to increase telecare spend to £20.7m over five years to cater for increased support service demand from an ageing population
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AXELOS progresses ITIL-like best practice for cyber resilience
By David Bicknell
First best practice offerings likely to emerge later this year
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CPS outlines aims for fully digital Criminal Justice System by 2016
By Neil Merrett
Acting CIO Paul Staff details key strategies to ensure court staff, victims and witnesses can all engage digitally though court processes
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Welsh government considers first chief digital officer
By Neil Merrett
Wales expects to provide first response to review outlining need for public service reform by late summer
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ICT support among key NAO Army restructuring concerns
By Neil Merrett
MOD accused of ICT outsource support failure and limited testing as audit office warns of potential risks to armed forces' capabilities
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