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Frequentis helps English Ambulance Trust transition to ESN
By Matteo Natalucci
Frequentis will assist the UK Ambulance Trust with its transition to the Emergency Service Network (ESN)
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London Mayor’s oversight committee considers ESN progress
By David Bicknell
Meeting of key organisations involved in Emergency Services Network told Home Office is considering new milestones for the project
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Police ICT Company launches chief executive recruitment
Process launched to find a replacement for Martin Wyke, who stood down after two years loading organisation’s work on more common technology standards
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CCS eyes mobile voice and fire service IT aggregated procurements
By Neil Merrett
Mobile Voice and Data Services procurement is set to go ahead from September, with engagement underway to test customer interest in hardware for schools focus
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Three fined £1.9m over emergency services call vulnerability
By Neil Merrett
Ofcom penalises company over failure to ensure alternative network capability to guarantee uninterrupted calls to emergency services last October
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Data commissioner calls for government action on police data handling laws
By Neil Merrett
Elizabeth Denham says that as GDPR comes into effect, the lack of legislative certainty on the justice-focused Law Enforcement Directive creates significant technology issues for forces to address
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Ongoing Windows XP use among Met Police data audit concerns
By Neil Merrett
Despite praising some good practice around security manuals and guidance provided to the force's staff, data regulator warns there is considerable to improve data management
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Greater Manchester Police issues £17m data centre virtualisation pre-tender
By Neil Merrett
Up to five suppliers sought to tender for managed service contract as part of competition due to launch during summer to support force digital transformation aims
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Met closes in on digital forensics procurement choice
By David Bicknell
A contract is said to have been approved with signing expected imminently; procurement of a Met integrated policing solution continues
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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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