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Young people want digital government
By Charlotte Jee
Report finds 13 to 17 year olds keen for government to provide services online and share their data, with privacy assurances
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Schools upgrade infrastructure to improve learning experience
By David Bicknell
Stevenage and Eastleigh schools choose Hewlett Packard kit to reduce costs, and access e-learning applications and bring your own device solutions
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Janet signs framework agreement with Google Apps for Education
By David Bicknell
Education users to sign up to Google's free cloud services; CIOs worry about WiFi demand
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London universities award £310m computer contract
By Charlotte Jee
Eight suppliers gain places on framework to supply PCs and laptops to 64 organisations
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Government Computing launches Public Sector Transformation Awards
By David Bicknell
Categories will reflect public sector organisations' need to transform their workflow - enter by 23rd September
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Pre-tender notice issued for £500m education ICT services contract
By Charlotte Jee
Contract to replace Becta ICT services framework which is set to expire in November 2014
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Whitehall think-tank calls for contracts review
By David Bicknell
Institute for Government says "poor behaviours by service providers and poor outcomes for service users" warrants public services market slowdown
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Office of Fair Trading examines supply of public sector ICT
By David Bicknell
Call for information to better understand public sector ICT products and markets may prompt competition action
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Whitehall and town halls weigh up fallout from Osborne's Spending Review
By David Bicknell
Departments see spending cuts between 6-10% as MoD strikes procurement plan with Cabinet Office efficiency group
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European Commission: Open standards would save public sector almost £1bn a year
By David Bicknell
New policy being introduced will help avoid single supplier 'lock-in', says Commission
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GPS issues pre-tender for assisted digital services
By Charlotte Jee
Government seeking to help people get online as part of digital by default agenda
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Two universities gain £7.5m to train cyber security experts
By Charlotte Jee
University of Oxford and Royal Holloway to jointly produce at least 66 PhD graduates by 2020
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DfE allocates £2m to train computing teachers
By Charlotte Jee
Funding for BCS to recruit 400 'master teachers' to pass on skills and knowledge to schools
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G-Cloud spend hits £18.2m
By Charlotte Jee
March almost doubles total amount spent so far with sales of £7m
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