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National Infrastructure Fund backs full fibre community rollout
By Matteo Natalucci
£25m funds will help Community Fibre to connect 100,000 homes with full-fibre by 2019
Public Services > Central government > News
Home Office steps up ESMCP procurement activities with key commercial role
By David Bicknell
£65K-£95K senior commercial manager role will lead team managing all of emergency services communications programme’s procurement, worth hundreds of millions of pounds
Infrastructure > Devices > News
GDS hunts chief operating officer
By Matteo Natalucci
£130k role will act as director general Kevin Cunnington’s deputy on key Cabinet Office and cross government groups
Public Services > Central government > News
How we are using robotics and intelligent automation
DWP senior product owner Shaun Williamson discusses the robotics work taking place in DWP’s Intelligent Automation ‘garage’
Public Services > Central government > Features
'Unconference' discussions inform impending 'Smart London' Plan
By David Bicknell
Weekend 'Smart London Camp' event hosted by London chief digital officer Theo Blackwell will add to thinking surrounding Plan’s publication at London Tech Week in June
Public Services > Local government > News
Birmingham to take back control as it sets out a new ICT and digital vision
By David Bicknell
City council to host May market engagement event as it maps out three year service transition from current Capita outsourced relationship; council will be "system/service integrator" by 2021
Public Services > Local government > News
New EU digital evidence rules step up demands on cloud providers
By Matteo Natalucci
Rules mandate delivery of cloud-based information to authorities within 10 days, or 6 hours in cases of emergency
Public Services > Central government > News
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Accelerating the digital journey with a low-code digital factory
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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
Public Services > Central government > News
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
Public Services > Central government > News
UK commits to ramp up Commonwealth cyber security capabilities
By Matteo Natalucci
£15m fund aims to boost cyber security and promote co-operation in Commonwealth countries
Public Services > Central government > News
PAC: lessons learned from WannaCry, but “lot of work to do” to improve cyber-security
By David Bicknell
Committee describes attack as a a "wake-up call” and sets June deadline for government to deliver costed plans on cyber security investment
Public Services > Healthcare > News
Met Police hunts digital partners to deliver architecture managed service
By Matteo Natalucci
MPS Digital Policing needs additional architecture resources to help deliver key digital transformation programme
Public Services > Central government > News
HPE, Arm, SUSE and academia bid to drive UK supercomputer application adoption
By David Bicknell
Universities of Edinburgh, Bristol, and Leicester to play key role in three-year Catalyst UK project intended to help meet government’s AI ambitions
News
DCMS races to get data leadership up and running
By Matteo Natalucci
Department looks for key strategy and policy roles in new data team focusing on maximising benefit of data in UK economy
Public Services > Central government > News
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