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Cotswold council's 'Coxit' plan could impact future of Gloucs force
By David Bicknell
PCC warns 'defection' of the Cotswolds from Gloucestershire to West Oxfordshire could impact future of local constabulary which also has regional ICT ambitions
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Accenture gains £40m, five-year Met deal for applications management services
By David Bicknell
Up to 60 new technology roles will be created in Newcastle, with discussions continuing over the future of 113 existing Capgemini and Unisys staff working on Met applications
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Government publishes revised Investigatory Powers Bill
By Neil Merrett
Home Office argues amendments to oversight and encryption largely address pre-legislative committee concerns; cross party group and privacy experts call for fresh rethink of proposals
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Met CSC towers speed up digital policing and wider Cloud use
By David Bicknell
Up to 20,000 tablets for officers' crime-scene reporting and a move to hybrid cloud set to follow end user and hosting contracts
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Scotland launches tablet framework tender
By Neil Merrett
Single supplier sought to provide devices across Scottish public sector as part of wider strategy to overhaul national technology and cloud procurement
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Boeing confirmed for Staffordshire Police IT partnership
By Neil Merrett
PCC claims its 10 year contract with the company will be first agreement of its kind in UK policing, bringing together experts and technology approach to meet efficiency aims
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The Met picks CSC to run hosting and end user services towers
By David Bicknell
Hosting and end user services contracts worth a total of around £250m awarded over six and five years respectively
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Airwave's ESN legal action ends as Motorola Solutions' completes purchase
By David Bicknell
Airwave had sued the Home Office over its procurement for Lot 3 of the Emergency Services Network
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PAC demands shake up of fire service scrutiny
By Neil Merrett
Report calls for independent assurance of fire service reform as Home Office assumes responsibility for operations with a push towards shared services, technology and mergers
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EC Privacy Shield ‘adequacy decision’ expected within two weeks
By Neil Merrett
UK data regulator says review of 'Safe Harbour' replacement and transfer mechanisms is ongoing to decide if sufficient protection can be given to public and private bodies
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Police Federation responds to Theresa May's technology criticisms
By Neil Merrett
Association says standardised police systems should be integral to reforms, but calls for robust solutions that can handle workload and not hinder service delivery
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Home secretary unhappy over "lack of digital join up" in police IT
By Neil Merrett
Home secretary tells suppliers that too much funding is going on fragmented systems, urging improved collaboration with the Police ICT Company
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News in Brief – January 26
By Neil Merrett
Wandsworth approves business rates contract extension, South Wales Police control room solution overhaul goes live and Defra publishes key flood defence dataset
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New legislation will allow PCCs to take control of fire services
By Neil Merrett
Government will allow elected police commissioners to submit business case to take over local fire service remit for review if parties fail to reach agreement
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Metropolitan Police confirms new CIO appointment
By Neil Merrett
Former BG Group global CIO Angus McCallum has taken up new role with Met this week; force says it is too early to tell if there may be changes to current digital aims
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