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Police ICT Company chief worries about body-worn video procurement
By David Bicknell
Martin Wyke applauds innovation from body-worn video adoption but warns of lack of common technical standards, wide variation in unit cost and little thought given to data use, sharing and storage
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Technology sector supports Remain in EU referendum
By David Bicknell
Letter to The Times from technology companies, large and small, warns that a vote to Leave would "leave tech firms and their customers facing significant and prolonged uncertainty"
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Tri-borough and BT to collaborate in £200m London ICT framework
By David Bicknell
Agreement covering range of ICT products and services will be open to public sector users across London, with health sector organisations a key target
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Home Office agrees three year police database extension with CGI
By David Bicknell
CGI to 'disaggregate' relationship with other suppliers involved in PND delivery; database expected to account for 6m searches this year
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Home Office and English national parks agree emergency services accord
By David Bicknell
ESMCP document confirms need to develop mobile network infrastructure while respecting national parks environment
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May tells PCCs: go and design and deliver reform
By David Bicknell
Home Secretary says PCCs are at the heart of future reform and wants them to start proposing areas where funding is needed to improve capability, including digital policing
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Sopra Steria awarded joint police customer contact deal
By Neil Merrett
New agreement with South Yorkshire and Humberside, valued at up to £41m, could support wider service transformation among North East forces
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KPMG to supply Microsoft Dynamics as part of Southern forces' ERP deal
By David Bicknell
Surrey, Sussex and Thames Valley police forces will adopt the Microsoft Dynamics platform with a planned go live date of the end of 2017
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Herts, Cambs and Beds forces hunt FoI case management solution
By David Bicknell
Tender follows mini competition and concern that set-up costs and two-year Digital Marketplace G-Cloud limit are "impractical"; forces want five-year solution
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Scottish Police Authority puts C3 procurement plan on hold
By David Bicknell
Ten-year, £12m contract procurement process is discontinued following a requirements review, but authority promises it will be rerun
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ICO fines NHS trust £185,000 for publishing staff personal details online
By David Bicknell
Blackpool Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust accused of having "played fast and loose" with "highly sensitive and private information"
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Southern police forces pick preferred bidder for £120m ERP deal
By David Bicknell
Thames Valley, Surrey and Sussex forces say announcement of mystery ERP vendor is imminent
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Cambs, Herts and Beds police to expand shared service work
By Neil Merrett
Forces expect to go live with integrated HR, finance and payroll system from next year to curb use of separate technology solutions
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The Met explains thinking behind new integrated policing system
By David Bicknell
MiPS will pull together information from seven disparate databases; anticipated 'go-live' expected to be spring 2018, with full rollout by mid-2019
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The Met tenders for £80m-£150m integrated policing system
By David Bicknell
Ten-year contract is for a "commercial off the shelf solution" to deliver "single, integrated, unified, operational policing system" to manage "end to end business policing processes"
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