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The Met tenders for £80m-£150m integrated policing system
By David Bicknell
Ten-year contract is for a "commercial off the shelf solution" to deliver "single, integrated, unified, operational policing system" to manage "end to end business policing processes"
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Councils get £500k funding for digital and data projects
By David Bicknell
34 councils have gained funding for schemes to transform local services; winners include Adur, Worthing and West Sussex, Leeds and Calderdale, and Cambridgeshire and Peterborough
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Cambs, Herts and Beds forces extend NSPIS system deals with Capita
By David Bicknell
One year contracts agreed for custody and case preparation system for three forces ahead of eventual move to ATHENA
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Barclays considers Verify ID data set expansion challenges
By Neil Merrett
Information chief Peter Simon discusses the importance of trust for the government ID assurance tool; looks at expanding data sets used to include those of other banking groups
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DWP examines its IT disaster recovery plans
By David Bicknell
Department issues PIN looking for supplier help to ensure its business continuity and crisis management plans are 'fit for purpose'
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Investigatory Powers Bill moves forward after Labour, SNP abstain
By Neil Merrett
Proposed legislation to formalise police and security service interception powers moves to committee stage, with opposition MPs and critics urging further revisions
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One in three UK universities suffer a cyber attack every hour
By David Bicknell
VMware survey suggests 87% of universities report experiencing cyber attacks, 25% have had critical research data infiltrated and 43% have had student data attacked
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PayPal withdraws from GOV.UK Verify
By Neil Merrett
Company confirms decision to step back from government ID assurance programme, with all eight remaining organisations now accredited to identify users to access online services
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Lack of employee cyber awareness puts UK organisations at risk
By David Bicknell
AXELOS research points finger at effectiveness of cyber security training
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PAC: Home Office "worryingly dismissive" over border reform warnings
By Neil Merrett
Department urged to address "disjointed leadership" and weak data handling in order to realise benefits from delayed transformation plans
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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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FoI Act review backs government veto and exemption rewrite
By Neil Merrett
Commission says act is “working well” and rules out radical amendments, but sets out changes backing ministerial veto and giving authorities “necessary space to think in private”
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Government launches data sharing consultation
By David Bicknell
Eight-week discussion will test public mood over data sharing proposals focusing on improving public services; tackling fraud and debt; and allowing use of data for research and official statistics
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Home Office plan highlights key role of data analytics and digital interfaces
By David Bicknell
Role of PCCs, investigatory powers legislation and shared services also discussed in five year departmental strategy
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News in Brief - February 16
By Neil Merrett
CCS launches new cybersecurity certification agreement with CESG, BT awarded £90m DWP contact centre deal and Lord Maude departs from the government
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