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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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North London shared service hunts for ICT and digital chief
By David Bicknell
Camden, Islington and Haringey advertise £120,000 chief digital and information officer role
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NHS CIOs targeted for new skills qualification
By David Bicknell
BCS Health, CHIME and Digital Health in partnership discussions to overcome "fragmentation and uncertainty"
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Maxwell moves on from GDS to national technology advisor role
By David Bicknell
New position will see former government CTO expand government relationships with digital and technology industry to boost UK digital economy
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Local Digital Coalition gets Camden backing
By David Bicknell
London borough had expressed interest in furthering local government digital development and will host secretariat for a year; five key projects identified by coalition
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Arcus lands Peterborough digital and cloud kingpin Richard Godfrey
By David Bicknell
Former assistant director at Peterborough's new role will involve two-day a week stint back at council
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Socitm outlines EU data protection overhaul adaption challenges
By Neil Merrett
Briefing document warns public authorities and technology suppliers of "onerous" challenges ahead from incoming Privacy Shield and GDPR regulation
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Preferred candidate unveiled for next information commissioner
By Neil Merrett
The government has put forward Elizabeth Denham, the information and privacy commissioner for British Columbia, to take over from Christopher Graham at the ICO
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Investigatory Powers Bill moves forward after Labour, SNP abstain
By Neil Merrett
Proposed legislation to formalise police and security service interception powers moves to committee stage, with opposition MPs and critics urging further revisions
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New BCS president Ray Long targets delivery of more successful IT projects
By David Bicknell
DWP director inaugurated as new president wants positive focus on "critical factors in delivering successful outcomes" as well as delivering on Institute's goal of 'making IT good for society'
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Ofqual targets CCS chief exec Sally Collier for regulator role
By Neil Merrett
Key figure in development of CCS procurement reform initiatives like Digital Marketplace is favoured candidate for switch to qualifications body
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News in Brief - March 7
By Neil Merrett
HSCIC outlines the key requirements for its next chairperson, the ICO sets a timetable for outlining its funding needs and Wirral trust awards Cerner a patient care information system contract
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Met CSC towers speed up digital policing and wider Cloud use
By David Bicknell
Up to 20,000 tablets for officers' crime-scene reporting and a move to hybrid cloud set to follow end user and hosting contracts
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Norfolk hunts for new head of ICT and IM
By David Bicknell
Role carrying potential £100,000+ salary will oversee £26m transformation programme as well as several major system replacement projects
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