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CGI set for Scottish electronic vote counting deal
By David Bicknell
£6.5m contract will provide "complete solution for infrastructure and services" for local government elections and by-elections
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NRS picks CACI to help develop Scotland's People ancestry site
By David Bicknell
Four-year deal, worth £3m-£4m, will include work on increasing digital services
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Gloucester extends Civica revenues agreement
By Neil Merrett
Three year contract extension intended to realise £100,000 in additional savings; Civica last year signed separate back office agreement with same authority
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Met expects to sign SIAM tower contract by early November
By Neil Merrett
Force expects to unveil chosen supplier over the next month as part of TTPi plan; London Assembly raises questions over MPS' separate back office outsource strategy
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Agilisys to partner with CGI to help fulfil key Edinburgh project
By David Bicknell
Council's online presence will migrate over to Agilisys Digital platform prior to MyAccount portal going live in April 2016
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PAC: Home Office lacks data on impact of funding cuts on police forces
By David Bicknell
Need to make savings may encourage forces to make greater use of outsourcing, but current oversight for these types of arrangements is inadequate, PAC says
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Cornwall Council and BT head for Dec 1 court date
By David Bicknell
Hearing follows summer of high level discussions, culminating in court action over future of strategic partnership
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Burnley selects Liberata for ten year strategic partnership
By Neil Merrett
Council staff to transfer over to company under agreement to oversee IT, revenues, along with payroll and debt management services
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Hull picks Civica for outsourcing partnership
By Neil Merrett
Company unveiled as preferred bidder for revenues and benefits deal designed to curb council costs and maintain existing staff numbers
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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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Edinburgh confirms seven-year £186m services deal with CGI
By David Bicknell
Transformational ICT outsourcing contract intended to deliver £45m savings
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DWP considers further disaggregation for VME support
By Neil Merrett
Department mulls moving away from single tower-based supplier to splitting key IT contract into “smallest practicable packages”
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Legal concerns prevent G-Cloud 7 rating and review take-up
By Neil Merrett
Government commits to launching framework tender later this month during the first of a series of engagement events focused on future of the Digital Marketplace
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HMRC confirms plans to bring IT services under its own control
By David Bicknell
Department expects to save up to 24% on its annual £800m IT budget by 2020-21
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HMRC said to be mulling creating new "digital company"
By David Bicknell
New organisation being considered to take over responsibility for previously outsourced IT work is arguably the first major step in replacing the Aspire contract
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