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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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Live streaming and digital ID on techUK's police transformation wish list
By Neil Merrett
New report from industry body sets out key priorities for how it believes police may better meet Home Office digital transformation aims
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Three shortlisted suppliers help the Met’s MiPS enquiries
By David Bicknell
MOPAC expected to announce winners of MiPS and digital forensics contests early in 2017
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Home Office details further £26m in police innovation funding
By Neil Merrett
Latest tranche of funds outlined in 2015 Spending Review will aim to support projects including data analytics lab and national function to streamline DNA results
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The Met nabs Microsoft for its UK data-centres
By David Bicknell
Metropolitan Police Service to store body-worn video content from its Evidence.com site in Microsoft’s UK data-centres on the Azure platform
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Home Office awards £200m ADB agreement to support ESN
By Neil Merrett
Five suppliers take places on new framework designed to undertake a series of competitions to implement, construct and manage passive infrastructure requirements for ESMCP
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West Midlands Fire Service to pioneer live streaming app
By Neil Merrett
New smartphone app aims to provide single-use link up with emergency control rooms to deliver real time footage or images of an incident
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Police Federation shares watchdog digital system and skills fears
By Neil Merrett
Despite overall praise for police efficiency in new inspectorate findings, stakeholders back calls for “significant improvements” around digital skills and system interoperability
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News in Brief – October 28
By Neil Merrett
Police Scotland responds to ICO data audit findings, G-Cloud 9 moves into alpha phase and the National Procurement Service (NPS) issues £60m MFDs framework tender
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PAC’s ESN probe likely to consider mobile operators’ access to network sites
By David Bicknell
PAC investigation will follow on from recent critical NAO report that described ESN as “inherently high risk”
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