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HMRC tells PAC it has “strong leadership team” in place for Aspire transition
By David Bicknell
Department responds to Public Accounts Committee’s recommendation that it “must ensure continuity in the leadership of the Aspire programme”
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GaaP focus at heart of GDS summer recruitment push
Organisation looking to appoint multiple development staff as well as technical architects and an open source leader to support cross departmental work
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Industry welcomes Home Office data and digital unit merger
By Neil Merrett
Department to bring together its separate digital and technology approaches under the leadership of CTO Sarah Wilkinson
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HMRC talks ‘ongoing’ between chief Jon Thompson and Mark Dearnley over CDIO contract
By David Bicknell
Department confirms that Dearnley’s contract runs out this Autumn ahead of end of outsourced Aspire deal in June 2017
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Fourth major government projects report published
By Neil Merrett
Projects authority head says despite “steady” progress up to April 2016, too many government programmes remain in the low delivery confidence range for an extended period of time
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NHS CCIO appointed under wider technology executive overhaul
By Neil Merrett
Professor Keith McNeil, Will Smart and Juliet Bauer will take up the roles of NHS CCIO, CIO and director of digital experience respectively
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LGFL's Jackson sets out manifesto for local digital innovation
By David Bicknell
London Grid for Learning chief executive wants to see creation of "joined-up" digital organisation to act on councils' behalf as a centre of excellence, providing a unifying voice for local government
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Leeds and Ripple pick Lockheed Martin to help build open source digital care record
By David Bicknell
Under contract, worth £80,000, Lockheed Martin will help open source support work in city, which is at forefront of health and social care initiatives
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Dearnley defends HMRC's post-Aspire outlook
By David Bicknell
HMRC CDIO says department focus is on "clean, simple, really easy to understand deals" that "don't mortgage the future"
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Tri-borough and BT to collaborate in £200m London ICT framework
By David Bicknell
Agreement covering range of ICT products and services will be open to public sector users across London, with health sector organisations a key target
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Hammersmith & Fulham set to rubber-stamp latest phase of ICT transition tonight
By David Bicknell
Cabinet meeting will consider transfer of services from H&F Bridge Partnership joint venture to the council; 57 staff expected to transfer under TUPE
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London councils' IT teams urged to help build SuperCloud digital services
By David Bicknell
London Grid for Learning chief executive John Jackson sees London IT teams as 'centres of excellence' to 'design, build and implement'London-wide hybrid cloud delivery model
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US Congress bill backs 10-year term for US Digital Service
By David Bicknell
Bill introduced by Democratic Party Representatives hopes to guarantee USDS future for 10 years
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Norfolk appoints Geoff Connell as new head of ICT
By David Bicknell
Current Newham and Havering director of IT expected to start new position in early August
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Scotland seeks key technology leads for devolved powers support
Applications sought for three roles - social security CDO, Scotland Act programme director and head of IT services for CAP support - each with a wage of £80,000
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