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Green Party targets public sector competition and outsourcing
By David Bicknell
Manifesto would immediately increase overall NHS budget by £12bn, end market based commissioning and procurement, repeal Health and Social Care act and abolish PCCs
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AWS backs new procurement vehicles for UK cloud evolution
By Neil Merrett
Global supplier claims G-Cloud is a good first stab to support UK public sector procurement innovation, but calls for further clarity on security compliance
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UCAS to revise application process over ICO data fears
By Neil Merrett
Data regulator will undertake testing of updated online and paper-based university application forms over concerns about consent to share information
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University of London colleges join MOOCs partnership
By Neil Merrett
Goldsmiths University in early stages of planning online course provision, as industry body expects MOOCs to retain a “complementary” role in higher education
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Government's free schools expansion set to drive ICT investment
By Neil Merrett
49 new free schools will create thousands of student places nationwide and drive link ups with companies such as Microsoft, Google and Samsung
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AXELOS publishes Newcastle University ITIL study
By Neil Merrett
New findings outline the importance of change management and early engagement with colleagues to ensure best practice around IT use in organisations
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City & Guilds goes digital with UNIT4 ERP choice
By David Bicknell
Agresso ERP contract intended to underpin shared services for HR and projects
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Schools set to benefit from Microsoft-Capita SIMS tie-up
By David Bicknell
Agreement will enable schools to access SIMS management information system using Azure Cloud platform
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Making the PSN better - who wouldn't want that?
Phil Gibson, chair of PSNGB, the industry association for PSN suppliers, gives his response to comments last week from James Duncan which signalled the future direction for PSN
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Superfast drives Dorset thinking as council ponders struggle to sign up PSN partners
By David Bicknell
Report suggests DPSN partners failed to invest enough time in supporting Kcom business development activity; schools currently connected to DPSN to consider alternative broadband deals
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