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Mayor's Office confirms the Met's £216m SSCL outsourcing deal
By David Bicknell
Ten-year contract hopes to realise net savings of £100m; TUPE legislation to apply for 439.5 posts
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NHS Blood and Transplant appoints first chief digital officer
By Neil Merrett
Aaron Powell, previously interim IT director with the authority, will now oversee its delivery of digital services
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We need to talk about Mike
By David Bicknell
A few quotes from inside and outside Whitehall on GDS executive director Mike Bracken's announcement of his departure from government
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MoD expects £1bn savings from IT contracts
By David Bicknell
ATLAS Consortium involving HP, Fujitsu, Airbus Defence and Space and CGI gains £933m contract; Fujitsu awarded connectivity deal
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Stace takes on key digital leadership role at BIS
By David Bicknell
Former GDS deputy director who worked on Government as a Platform takes on chief digital officer role
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Cabinet Office remains committed to projects watchdog
By David Bicknell
Major Projects Authority expected to begin process to recruit permanent leader later this year
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National Crime Agency looks to make key CIO choice
By David Bicknell
Incoming CIO likely to have to make decision on whether to maintain cost-reduction stance based on outsourcing or consider an alternative "commercial structure"
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No timeline set for Met Police CIO recruitment
By Neil Merrett
Force notes it has had "good response" in efforts recruit new digital lead as it undertakes work to switch to new operating model
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Whitehall machinery gets post-election kick start
By David Bicknell
Appointment of ministers at great departments of state made this afternoon with other Whitehall positions to follow on Monday
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General Election: The morning after the night before
By David Bicknell
The comparative clarity of David Cameron's electoral victory is likely to mean a swifter return to the machinery of government
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