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Predicting the direction of digital government in 2016
O2 public sector managing director Billy D'Arcy identifies devolution, IT procurement transformation and a push towards shared systems and processes among key public sector digital drivers in 2016
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Anglesey gets "work smart" to meet budget challenge
By David Bicknell
Insight engagement saves council £140,000 from potential licensing costs
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Aberdeen appoints managed data centre supplier
By Neil Merrett
Authority awards local provider with three year data services deal; entirety of IT estate has been moved over to private cloud
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Scottish government deputy digital director leaves role
By Neil Merrett
No external appointment being sought as replacement for Jane Morgan, with wider digital strategy set to continue unaffected by departure
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News in brief for January 5
By Neil Merrett
Wales to expand broadband initiatives; Outgoing information commissioner to speak before Investigatory Powers committee; Health department publishes SMS appointment reminder findings
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New Year 'summit' hopes to get Police Scotland's 'i6' back on track
By David Bicknell
Holyrood agrees to carry out independent technical audit of the policing IT project
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Clackmannanshire opts for a fresh approach
By David Bicknell
Smallest mainland council in Scotland picks TechnologyOne's OneCouncil finance system to eliminate paper-based processes and streamline supplier transactions
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Manchester consortium awarded £10m government IoT prize
By Neil Merrett
CityVerve Project chosen from 22 competition entries to try and establish smart city exemplars that can be replicated at scale by other UK authorities
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Scottish audit committee to discuss ICT challenges
By Neil Merrett
Government permanent secretary Leslie Evans and CIO Anne Moises expected to face questions next week around technology project management
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Whitehall prepares for Osborne’s Spending Review
By David Bicknell
With health and defence already given indications of spending intentions, attention shifts to other departments, with the impact on GDS, the police and local government in sharp focus
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