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MoJ's FITS review squeezes Prison and Probation Services' AMS tender
By David Bicknell
Department indicates review had "looked at ways to reduce complexity, transition costs and annual running costs of IT services across the MoJ"
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Reform backs multi-agency leadership for digital courts overhaul
By Neil Merrett
Think tank report argues collaborative strategy is essential to scale-up use of predictive analysis and video enabled justice to address "cumbersome" UK court system
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Delay of shift to common MoJ ICT gets Sopra Steria contract extension
By David Bicknell
Deal to June because of complexity of programme will cost around £7m
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MoJ carries out rethink of FITS programme
By David Bicknell
Department admits it is reviewing Future IT Sourcing blueprint "to make sure the technology and services meet our needs"
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Transactional services among core Cafcass digital aims
By Neil Merrett
Having become a paperless organisation, Cafcass is now looking at developing transactional digital services
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Crown Court national Digital Case System rollout scheduled
By Neil Merrett
New web-based system designed to curb the need for paper processes is expected to be in place across all local areas by March 2016
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MoJ seeks case management overhaul skills
By Neil Merrett
DSF suppliers invited to bid for numerous design, development and user research roles to support development of automated case processing solution
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Whitehall explores 'health-as-a-platform' potential
By Neil Merrett
Work now underway on prototypes that will inform direction for information delivery, digital services and platforms across the digital NHS
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BIS mulls alternative shared service model plans
By Neil Merrett
Department considering future possible directions for shared service provision between itself and partner organisations after terminating interest in SSCL back office agreement
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GDS to start 'discovery work' on status tracking platform
By Neil Merrett
Discussions to begin with wider number of departments over common needs to inform latest component of Government as a Platform strategy
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MoJ seeks help to build key program for victim case management
By David Bicknell
Project will create a hosted system with case management capability accessible by teams within NOMS and the MoJ
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MoJ brings forward courts Wi-Fi target date
By Neil Merrett
Ministry expects to complete implementing Wi-Fi at 302 sites by October this year as part of wider digital overhaul to support collaborative working
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Cabinet Office completes XP migration
By Neil Merrett
Whitehall understood to have completed migration from unsupported software, with other departments currently finalising switch
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National Crime Agency looks to make key CIO choice
By David Bicknell
Incoming CIO likely to have to make decision on whether to maintain cost-reduction stance based on outsourcing or consider an alternative "commercial structure"
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MoJ set to launch digital plea service for motorists
By Neil Merrett
New secure website will allow individuals to respond to motoring offence charges online as part of wider court modernisation strategy
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