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Somerset starts planning for life after Southwest One
By David Bicknell
Pre-tender for SAP ERP services is part of early planning "to better understand the market place for suppliers of SAP"
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May targets further police efficiency savings aided by IT
By David Bicknell
Police Federation told that "significant efficiencies" can be found if forces work together "collaboratively, improve their ICT and understand demand better"
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ICO fines South Wales Police £160,000 over evidence breach
By Neil Merrett
Force also asked to sign undertaking to address future possibility of similar data breaches; however wider review of UK police policy seen as unnecessary
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ESN replacement still on track for 2015 award
By Neil Merrett
Home Office confirms Emergency Services Network tender on course for award later this year; Airwave extends Firelink agreement until 2019
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National Crime Agency looks to make key CIO choice
By David Bicknell
Incoming CIO likely to have to make decision on whether to maintain cost-reduction stance based on outsourcing or consider an alternative "commercial structure"
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West Mercia and Warwickshire forces close to Athena sign-up
By David Bicknell
Athena system expected to add Midlands forces to its largely Eastern roster
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No timeline set for Met Police CIO recruitment
By Neil Merrett
Force notes it has had "good response" in efforts recruit new digital lead as it undertakes work to switch to new operating model
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Durham police to decide on future Holmes plans
By Neil Merrett
Discussions taking place on future for police system; testing continues on cloud-based, 16th iteration of Holmes 2 to address data migration issues
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Innopsis wants safer public sector information sharing
By David Bicknell
Relaunched PSNGB group to champion PSN as trusted network to 'safely' share information and reinvent how the public sector works
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Norfolk prepares for identity management launch
By Neil Merrett
SailPoint solution expected to launch over next few months to automate staff access to services ahead of wider rollout for county-wide ID assurance
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Athena's election day showcase looks for police force votes
By David Bicknell
Discussions with Met, Athena and Minerva group of Niche forces mooted on how to standardise police data models
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Local public sector embraces cloud trials, Socitm finds
By Neil Merrett
Survey of over 100 local public service providers finds security issues around data handling and legal liability as key concerns over cloud adoption
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Airwave Network suffers "intermittent" London area disruptions
By Neil Merrett
Partial failure of back-up power system blamed for communication failures during 40 minute period
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Green Party targets public sector competition and outsourcing
By David Bicknell
Manifesto would immediately increase overall NHS budget by £12bn, end market based commissioning and procurement, repeal Health and Social Care act and abolish PCCs
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Met to procure new integrated police system
By David Bicknell
Procurement route expected to be a "competitive procedure with negotiation"; process due to start this Autumn with anticipated go-live for the system set for Spring 2017
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