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Cloud service providers urge Cabinet Office to restate commitment to Cloud First policy
By David Bicknell
Cloud forum SIG wants Cabinet Office to engage around G-Cloud and GDPR compliance and would like to see departments’ cloud transition and IT sourcing plans published
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Cloud forum beefs up practice code to help get service providers GDPR-ready
By David Bicknell
CIF code enhanced to address General Data Protection Regulation’s requirements
Infrastructure > Cloud > News
HMRC details post-Aspire contract benefits - and hunts top tech talent
By David Bicknell
Tax authority highlights use of APIs and cloud and says it has virtualised more than 60% of its IT estate in the last 18 months
Infrastructure > Cloud > News
What does ‘customer-centricity’ mean for local government?
Gavin Mee, senior vice president, enterprise and Head of UK at Salesforce, explores how the public sector can follow the private sector’s lead in providing touchpoints for citizens
Infrastructure > Cloud > Features
UK Export Finance nets Littlefish to tackle cost savings drive
By David Bicknell
Export credit agency bids to save over 20% costs by disaggregating IT contract; picks SME Littlefish for service desk and on-site support
Infrastructure > Cloud > News
Iain Patterson joins UKCloud
By David Bicknell
Departure of former director of Common Technology Services within GDS was confirmed in May
Infrastructure > Cloud > News
DVLA targets three year migration from majority of legacy IT
By Neil Merrett
Intention forms part of revised IT strategy that focuses on improving estate cost efficiency via cloud migration and improved collaboration within the DfT
Infrastructure > Cloud > News
Canterbury council aims for 85% of services to be online by 2019
By Neil Merrett
Authority’s digital transformation aims to be supported via new cloud-based platform offering self service and real-time communication functions
Infrastructure > Cloud > News
To Brexit and beyond: facing up to the GDPR adoption challenge
By Neil Merrett
From a year today, GDPR will be the law of the land, with any consideration to move away from the EU data regulation is not expected during the next parliament
Blogs > Government Computing Network Blog
Tony Singleton says goodbye to the Civil Service
By David Bicknell
G-Cloud pioneer says he is leaving Whitehall after 35 years’ service; warns that the “rate of change” in public services “lacks the pace and dynamics that are needed today
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