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Treasury committee urges more extensive digital tax pilots
By Neil Merrett
Findings from parliamentary body back fresh approach to ‘Making Tax Digital’ plans, while maintaining calls for delayed implementation timetable
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Parole Board: digital case management switch plans on track
By Neil Merrett
Independent body aims for 90% of its members to access case information by April as part of 2017 paperless push
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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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Sopra Steria awarded transitional two year probation ICT services deal
By Neil Merrett
Ministry extends existing relationship with Sopra Steria with contract to support technology needs of probation services in England and Wales as it looks to move to common MoJ ICT infrastructure
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Deloitte chosen to support NOMS cloud managed service needs
By Neil Merrett
Contract valued at £4.2m aims to support digitisation and network aims for prison and probation service transformation, as well as the replacement of existing NICTS contract with HPES
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PAC: probation service ICT is “inefficient, unreliable and hard to use”
By David Bicknell
Parliamentary spending watchdog critical of impact of poor ICT on transformation efforts; wants urgent improvement in usability of nDelius case management system used by NOMS
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Tom Read appointed MoJ chief digital and information officer
By Neil Merrett
Current BEIS digital technology director and chief technology officer will be replacing Arif Harbott in leading ministry’s IT initiatives
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Vulnerable witness pilots to be expanded under digital court reforms
By Neil Merrett
Individuals such as children will be examined in pre-recorded court sessions as part of wider £1bn transformation of legal system with view to improved access and efficiency for public and staff
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For cyber security engineers, working for Whitehall fails coolness test
By David Bicknell
MoJ blog argues the best cyber security specialists should be incentivised and encouraged to shape departmental security practices “along the lines they feel comfortable”
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