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HMCTS seeks programme director to lead its digital transformation
By Matteo Natalucci
£120k role will be responsible for building an integrated programme delivering the technology and business change to realise it
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MoJ awards £45m deal to incumbent Atos to support management of court services
By David Bicknell
Ministry makes award because “only viable route is to enter into a contract with the incumbent supplier”; SMEs could benefit from up to 50% subcontracting of deal
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IPA: Whitehall major projects show “slow and steady” delivery improvement
By Neil Merrett
Watchdog says there is an overall improvement in delivering £455bn major projects portfolio, despite progress of some key ICT programmes still viewed as being critical
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NAO critical of timeline and “towers” approach to MoJ tagging revamp
By Neil Merrett
After at least five years of delays to the ministry's electronic monitoring programme, improvements are now being made to the multi-contract tagging solution, yet “major risks” remain
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G4S awarded MoJ monitor tagging equipment contract
By Neil Merrett
Supplier, which is under ongoing investigation launched in 2013 over charging for previous tagging contract, appointed as sole provider of equipment to support electronic monitoring
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HMCTS to build GOV.UK Pay into digital probate service
By Neil Merrett
Common platform under development by GDS will be incorporated into new digital service that seeks to simplify application process for solicitors and members of the public
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Blockchain technology could help transform criminal justice system, report argues
By David Bicknell
Police Foundation and CGI discuss need for digitisation to shake up a justice system beset by changing crimes, archaic practices, spending cuts and inefficient paper-based systems
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Cabinet Office needs new leadership as May forms minority government
By Neil Merrett
Ben Gummer, previously responsible for driving digital transformation in Whitehall, loses his seat in bruising night for the Conservatives. Where now for GDS?
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Digital forensic standards revamp on track despite industry cost fears
By Neil Merrett
Forensic Science Regulator says survey concerns of practitioners have been considered as part of wider work on developing new best practice to prevent avoidable quality failures
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Home Office Biometrics mulls fingerprint tech procurement feasibility
By Neil Merrett
Potential suppliers are being sought to help determine existing marketplace capacity to provide fingerprint devices and capture software for use with frontline law enforcement
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