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Videogames inspire Newcastle’s citizen budget consultation
By Neil Merrett
Combining elements of video games with public engagement, the city council has launched a new budget simulation service that seeks citizen feedback on how it should balance spending
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New ICO boss: Brexit has left data protection plans ‘in state of flux’
By David Bicknell
Information Commissioner’s office to beef up technology expertise with new chief technology advisor appointment
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Buckinghamshire looks to appoint digital and ICT director
By David Bicknell
Role, carrying ‘six figure salary’, will involve “working proactively to champion and lead digital change across all council departments”
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Malcolm Harrison appointed CCS CEO on permanent basis
By Neil Merrett
Former interim chief executive to continue work around public sector procurement reform ahead of publication of NAO value review, anticipated to be released this side of Christmas
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Tom Read appointed MoJ chief digital and information officer
By Neil Merrett
Current BEIS digital technology director and chief technology officer will be replacing Arif Harbott in leading ministry’s IT initiatives
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BEIS still undecided on Land Registry privatisation
By Neil Merrett
With consultation on possible privatisation of non-ministerial department now complete, the new Cabinet is considering the possible options for its future structure
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Healthcare IT advisor HIMSS appoints new strategy director
By David Bicknell
Former NHS England head of health and care innovation Jane Dwelly takes on role
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MoD gets top billing as Microsoft Cloud makes UK debut
By David Bicknell
Department will use Office 365 and Azure and will be a key exemplar for public sector adoption of cloud services for digital and service transformation
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Whitehall’s role changes reflect data and process goals
By David Bicknell
Are Whitehall’s now familiar chief digital and chief technology officer positions being rethought to better reflect departments’ current needs?
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DCLG hunts group CTO to lead change programme
By David Bicknell
Post carries salary of around £100,000; specification discusses department's 'Datamart' solution
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DWP’s Prakash commits to product integration and data drive
By Neil Merrett
Department's new director of digital kicks off role by setting out broad aims for the future of its agile development as Kevin Cunnington takes over GDS leadership
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Companies House and HSE launch digital leadership hunts
By Neil Merrett
Both organisations are in the process of seeking senior leaders to support longer-term approaches to transform transactional services and cross department working
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GDS reaches out to Whitehall departments
By David Bicknell
Digital service cites ‘collaboration’ and ‘building relationships”; will meet department CTOs to better understand their technology challenges
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DWP seeks chief data officer
By Neil Merrett
£130,000 role will report to chief digital and information officer Mayank Prakash
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Yeovil Hospital hopes TrakCare system will help make it a paperless pioneer
By David Bicknell
Trust is the first of three South-West trusts to deploy TrakCare system; it hopes successful introduction of phase 2 will take it close to HIMSS Stage 7
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