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EFA lead Tucker takes responsibility for DfE IT
Adrian Tucker now responsible for department's IT systems after interim CIO steps down
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Cabinet Office COO Stephen Kelly to step down
Kelly will resign from Civil Service in November for switch to senior private sector role
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Decision imminent on Devon shared ICT plan
East Devon, Exeter and Teignbridge councils to decide on forming jointly-owned ICT company by month’s end
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Whitehall IT: the state we're in
By David Bicknell
Civil servants want Whitehall technology and information managers to do more to make central government IT fit for purpose
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Ian Trenholm leaves Defra for NHS Blood and Transplant
By David Bicknell
Trenholm latest key digital driver to leave Whitehall following move of Rachel Neaman to Go ON UK
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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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NAO note okays DWP's Universal Credit asset figures
By David Bicknell
Confirms plans to write a follow-up report on DWP's flagship project to be published later this year
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Roberts: "PSN allows us to do things differently"
By David Bicknell
Socitm president argues that PSN has "created the excuse to bring local public services together"
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Labour prepared to “pause” Universal Credit if it wins power
By David Bicknell
Shadow Work and Pensions secretary Rachel Reeves says project will be halted for three months and the NAO called in
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Starting with the citizen
By David Bicknell
In the first of a two-part article, Socitm president Nick Roberts discusses understanding citizens' needs better and the 'relationship' stage of digital - but rules out creating a single localgov.uk site
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