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HMCTS opens up robotic process automation opportunity
By David Bicknell
Two year opportunity, starting in June, sees Courts and Tribunals Service wanting to increase capacity, with a need to conduct business analysis and design and build at least four robots every 10 weeks
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CCS takes early steps towards procuring Network Services 2 framework
By David Bicknell
Networking services suppliers group Innopsis to start market engagement sessions from next month
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Blockchain and AI key areas for European Commission ‘Digital Day’
By David Bicknell
Discussions in Brussels tomorrow will include dialogue on AI ahead of a forthcoming European initiative and the creation of a European Public Blockchain Partnership
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Outsourcers to search their souls over public sector future
By David Bicknell
Global Sourcing Association event on April 26 plans to ask and answer ‘tough questions’ over use of the private sector to drive public sector advancements
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ICO ‘investigating 30 organisations, including Facebook’ over personal data and analytics
By David Bicknell
Denham: “Facebook has been co-operating with us and, while I am pleased with the changes they are making, it is too early to say whether they are sufficient under the law”
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ODI gets new Omidyar Network funding to help build open data ecosystem
By David Bicknell
$2.5m round follows earlier Omidyar funding for the Institute
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EU adds fingerprint search functionality to its border system
By Matteo Natalucci
Phase 1 of integrated project will introduce biometric search capability into Schengen Information System – but UK’s future commitment to use of beefed up SIS II system unclear post-Brexit
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Whitehall sources reiterate key GDS role in digital government
By David Bicknell
Government indicates no further changes to policy movements between departments are planned at the moment
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Borders Inspector calls for action on replacement of Semaphore
By Matteo Natalucci
Report published by the independent chief inspector of Borders and Immigration examined Home Office’s Border and Immigration functions usage of data
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Infrastructure and projects watchdog looks for director of operations
By Matteo Natalucci
£87K-£162K role will lead Infrastructure and Projects Authority’s operations teams in overseeing progress on government’s major projects
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Surrey Police set to extend KPMG ERP deal by 12 months
By David Bicknell
Extension is one of two possible 12-month additions to the original contract for the ERP platform used by three South-East police forces
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DWP wants new exec to lead negotiation and management of large tech contracts
By Matteo Natalucci
£96k senior category manager role will oversee teams managing lifecycle of complex existing and new contracts
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DCMS faces calls for early explanation of data policy and future digital plans
By David Bicknell
Twitter response over GDS and digital government future continues over Easter weekend after written government statement on data policy and governance shift
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Whitehall’s data policy shift to DCMS raises implementation questions
By David Bicknell
Move confirmed in written statement yesterday will raise continued queries over future of identity policy and impact on GDS of the data policy responsibility shift
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May confirms GDS data policy and governance functions will shift to DCMS
By David Bicknell
Written statement says functions will transfer from Cabinet Office on April 1; transfer includes responsibility for data sharing, data ethics, open data and data governance
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