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DVLA brakes hard on lost tax disc revenue claims
By David Bicknell
Agency insists move to direct debit payment is largely to blame for revenue shortfall as opposed to the abolition of tax discs fuelling non-compliance
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Connell takes up ICT reins in Norfolk
By David Bicknell
Former Newham and Havering CIO starts Norfolk tenure; Nick Thrustle steps in on interim basis at Connell’s former employer
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US government sets out to cut $1bn mobile phone spending
By David Bicknell
Office of Management and Budget’s “category management” policy wants to reduce fragmentation and duplication of over 1,200 separate mobile agreements and more than 200 unique service plans
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Ed Garcez lands North London boroughs' CDIO role
By David Bicknell
Camden, Haringey and Islington make key appointment for head of shared digital and IT service
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Kevin Cunnington promises "no break up of GDS"
By David Bicknell
New GDS boss says he wants to “strengthen and accelerate the pace of change” and insists GDS has “a clear mandate to lead digital, technology and data across government”
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DWP looks for Head of Technology Lab
By David Bicknell
£80-90K role at SCS Pay Band 1 will be responsible for “identifying, testing and assessing” prospective technology offering business value to DWP
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HMRC chief digital officer Mark Dearnley to step down
By Neil Merrett
Department's plans for technology and digital initiatives “remain unchanged” after its CIDO announces his decision to return to the private sector from October
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Kevin Cunnington appointed GDS director general
By Neil Merrett
Former DWP director general of business transformation to replace Stephen Foreshew-Cain, raising uncertainty over future of the current Whitehall digital approach
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Cabinet Office dismisses GDS split report
By Neil Merrett
Spokesperson claims it remains “business as usual” for centralised Whitehall technology approach amidst reports the government may consider switch to department-led transformation plans
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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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