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Beds, Cambs and Herts forces to progress IT link-up plan
By David Bicknell
Forces to collaborate on creation of single ICT department to ensure a consistent approach to ICT service delivery
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Met expects to sign SIAM tower contract by early November
By Neil Merrett
Force expects to unveil chosen supplier over the next month as part of TTPi plan; London Assembly raises questions over MPS' separate back office outsource strategy
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Cheshire fire service to vote on police ICT link-up
By Neil Merrett
Constabulary and fire and rescue bodies may approve full governance strategy for single back-office support functions including HR and ICT by year's end
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City of London Police awards £33m fraud and cyber reporting contract
By Neil Merrett
Contract intended to improve efficiency and quality of services offered by force's fraud intelligence division as part of wider transformation aims
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Met launches network services tower procurement
By Neil Merrett
Force commences tender for potential suppliers of telephony, WAN and call routing services under five year, £240m contract
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PAC: Home Office lacks data on impact of funding cuts on police forces
By David Bicknell
Need to make savings may encourage forces to make greater use of outsourcing, but current oversight for these types of arrangements is inadequate, PAC says
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Civica acquires Web Technology Group to strengthen public sector presence
By Neil Merrett
The purchase of WTG, which has worked with a number of central government bodies in the UK, is designed to build up expertise in agile working
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Scottish Police launches command and control system tender
By Neil Merrett
Authorities say ten year agreement, valued up to £12m, is tied to longer term ICT strategy and unaffected by review of operational communications
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Home Office confirms KBR win in ESN Lot 1
By David Bicknell
Lots 2 and 3 awards "expected in the autumn" following negotiations with "preferred bidders" Motorola and EE
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Mayor's Office confirms the Met's £216m SSCL outsourcing deal
By David Bicknell
Ten-year contract hopes to realise net savings of £100m; TUPE legislation to apply for 439.5 posts
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KBR set to be named as preferred bidder for ESN Lot 1
By David Bicknell
UK programme management company understood to have topped rankings ahead of Atkins, Lockheed Martin and Mott McDonald
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Southern police forces to offer shared £120m ERP opportunity
By David Bicknell
Proposed ERP platform could replace existing Oracle ERP system in Surrey; SAP in Sussex; and a mix of systems in Thames Valley Police
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Devon and Cornwall Police plans to address ICO data concerns
By Neil Merrett
Force said it was not presently looking to implement any specific technology solutions to address areas of improvement identified by the data regulator
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Forces battle Home Office's October PSN deadline
By David Bicknell
Migrating to Windows 8.1 and meeting PSN compliance could cost £2m for two South-East forces
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Met set to outsource three key back-office services to SSCL
By David Bicknell
Decision to outsource finance, procurement and HR to Sopra Steria-Cabinet Office joint venture set to be runner-stamped at 29th July meeting
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