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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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Norfolk hunts for new head of ICT and IM
By David Bicknell
Role carrying potential £100,000+ salary will oversee £26m transformation programme as well as several major system replacement projects
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Clackmannanshire opts for a fresh approach
By David Bicknell
Smallest mainland council in Scotland picks TechnologyOne's OneCouncil finance system to eliminate paper-based processes and streamline supplier transactions
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Shared standards - not platforms - vital to council digital transformation
By Neil Merrett
Amidst fears over local authority funding, LocalGov Digital's Carl Haggerty says impetus must be on councils and not GDS to lead on common transformation plan
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East Riding council selects Civica for customer contact revamp
By Neil Merrett
Authority says agreement targets overhaul of key services towards self-service online format, while pledging support for face-to-face and telephone interaction
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Westminster strikes deal with Ricoh to help its digital drive
By David Bicknell
Ricoh to help council reduce overall reliance on paper by enabling new and more efficient processes
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GDS unveils GOV.UK Pay cross-government platform
By Neil Merrett
Prototype service has now entered beta phase with research looking at the handling of bank card and Direct Debit payments for select departments
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MPs debate superfast broadband rollout
By David Bicknell
Debate, introduced by MP Matt Warman, discussed future of BT's Openreach and included contributions from digital minister Ed Vaizey and Labour shadow Chi Onwurah
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CIPFA sees data analytics as key focus for anti-fraud work
By Neil Merrett
Organisation updates code of practice to support central and local government bodies to better track and reassess fraud risks
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Hounslow eyes automated revenue collection with contract extension
By Neil Merrett
£9m agreement will focus on automation and self service provision over next 30 months as authority considers its options beyond 2017
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