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Police ICT Company chief executive steps down
By Neil Merrett
Martin Wyke, who was appointed to lead ICT support organisation three months after it was founded in 2015, left role on April 11; recruitment for replacement expected to commence shortly
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Drafting underway on HMIC IT interoperability network code
By Neil Merrett
Inspectorate body says it remains too early to set launch date for mechanism to support common ICT adoption standards for police forces; consultation targeted once code is available
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HMIC concerned at sporadic police force tech innovation
By Neil Merrett
Inspectorate body’s annual report argues that good examples of innovative police technology use by forces remains "few and far between"
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PAC sounds further alarm over emergency services network plans
By David Bicknell
Committee worries Vodafone will stop providing infrastructure that enables current Airwave system to function; Home Office and Motorola insist they are not taking risks with public safety
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BT wins The Met’s £100m networks tower
By David Bicknell
Networking and IT contract covers high speed fixed and wireless networks as well as cloud and IT services under the Met’s Technology Transformation Programme
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Home Office sets ESN devices competition running
By David Bicknell
Procurement tender covers LTE devices for operational trials and for supply through framework agreement
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Surrey and Sussex police partner up for digital notebook push
By Neil Merrett
A total of 3,000 officers across the two forces will make use of Airwave technology to move away from the frontline use of paper processes
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CCS launches revised cyber security framework
By Neil Merrett
Organisation enters into second joint venture with the National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) to provide more streamlined means of obtaining accredited services for public sector
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Home Office emergency services project to get new mobilisation chief
By David Bicknell
New deputy director for ESN mobilisation post will carry £85K salary
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Home Office awards emergency services PSN infrastructure project to Vodafone
By David Bicknell
£15m contract detail just published relates to award made for contract that began in November
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Waterfall approach damns failed £46m i6 Scottish police system
By David Bicknell
Fundamental disagreement between Police Scotland and Accenture about interpretation of the contract and the scope of the programme led to collapse of project
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NCSC opens London HQ as it looks to next phase of cyber efforts
By Neil Merrett
Organisation unveils new centre of operations in central London to work with private and public sectors, including devolved and local authorities, to better tackle and detect attacks
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PAC grills Home Office chiefs over ESN
By David Bicknell
Vodafone letter highlights how its plans to decommission legacy fixed network used to link Airwave masts once Emergency Services Network goes live may be impacted by delays on the project
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Police ICT Company chief targets accredited procurement catalogue
By Neil Merrett
Building on existing work for broader national focus on interoperable systems, company aspires to take a wider framework-style approach to standardised technology procurement
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Home Office: EU court data ruling will not impact UK surveillance laws
By Neil Merrett
The government says UK Court of Appeal will have final verdict next year on legality of powers to collect and store bulk information on UK citizens in recently passed IP Act
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