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PAC worried about Defra and DIT’s preparation for Brexit 
By Matteo Natalucci
Public Accounts Committee worries “departments have no clear plan in face of impossible challenge”
Public Services > Central government > News
Health secretary outlines IT role in breast cancer screening failure
By David Bicknell
NHS breast screening programme overseen by Public Health England Earlier suffered “computer algorithm failure dating back to 2009”; between 135 and 270 women may have had their lives shorted as a result
Public Services > Healthcare > News
Europeans want federated digital identity
By Matteo Natalucci
The majority of European citizens would share their biometric data for improved online security, Unisys survey finds
Public Services > Central government > News
GDS outlines its new ‘pipeline’ thinking on spend controls
By David Bicknell
New blog discusses concept working with departments to develop a 15 to 18-month forward-look at all their commercial, digital and technology spend
Public Services > Central government > News
Cabinet Office updates its tech spend controls processes
By Matteo Natalucci
Centre tells departments they must initially record all existing and future digital spend over £100k and technology spend over £5m in a ‘pipeline’ document
Public Services > Central government > News
Conference to examine changing landscape for identity in public services
By David Bicknell
Think Digital Identity event on May 18 will feature a range of contributions from public services identity speakers, including the Government Digital Service
Public Services > Central government > News
£20m tender to drive creation of police force cyber centre of excellence
By David Bicknell
East Midlands commercial and procurement unit works to establish specialist cyber centre rather than individual forces having to independently manage and defend their own technology infrastructure
Public Services > Police > News
Microsoft deal helps NHS ramp up cyber security
By Matteo Natalucci
As WannaCry anniversary approaches, multi-million pound deal should ensure NHS systems are better patched to ward off attacks
Public Services > Central government > News
Public sector IT: Looking back, looking forwards
By Jessica Figueras
As GlobalData embarks upon its regular update of its market sizing and forecasts, Jessica Figueras reflects on how the market is changing for IT vendors.
Blogs > GlobalData Public Sector blog
Capita claims it's not another Carillion
By Rob Anderson
Rob Anderson discusses a changing world for outsourcing suppliers
Blogs > GlobalData Public Sector blog
Unicorns at the Brexit border
By Jessica Figueras
Jessica Figueras on the continued departmental fallout caused by Brexit
Blogs > GlobalData Public Sector blog
The Digital World Forum: it’s time for the UK government to step up to the plate
Derek Wyatt, a former MP listed by Internet Magazine as one of the top 100 Internet visionaries, explains why the government should seize the moment before it is lost and host a Digital World Forum
Public Services > Central government > Features
NQC will help CCS to deliver its notices system
By Matteo Natalucci
£2.1m contract aims to develop online e-notices services for public sector organisations
Public Services > Central government > News
New suppliers to service Birmingham
Alan Mo discusses the procurement opportunities emerging from the end of the Service Birmingham contract
Blogs > GlobalData Public Sector blog
A tall order for Network Services refresh
By Jessica Figueras
Jessica Figueras examines the likely characteristics of the next iteration of the Network Services framework
Blogs > GlobalData Public Sector blog
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