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The Register reports that the UK Home Office has renewed a contract worth up to £100m with Amazon Web Services for a public cloud hosting agreement for four years. (The Home Office can spend up to that amount.) It also …
Webinar Covered by GovShop as Part of Elianceship with Eliances Eliances provides a unique outlet for some of the most influential and intellectual individuals throughout the DMV area to foster business relationships. Eliances is a destination “Where Entrepreneurs Align™” and …
The OECD’s Observatory of Public Sector Innovation (OPSI) in Paris has released a report of 50 countries surveyed about their use of AI to enhance public sector work. It found that 36 have, or plan to have, public sector AI …
Experts from Convedo tell Consultancy.uk how RPA can benefit the public sector. Because government departmental work requires a high level of non-strategic tasks like data entry, data collection, validation, and repetitive consolidation-type processes, automation, in the shape RPA, could rectify …
As governments seek proven and innovative solutions to address a myriad of cyber threats, they are looking to potential partners, from larger, global companies to emerging companies and startups, for solutions and advice. But how can you examine this emerging …
Procurement consultant Charlie Middleton, explains in a LinkedIn article “The shocking truth about CCS Management Consultancy Framework lot 1.” Its cancellation has been the source of much debate following new documents released under the Freedom of Information Act. “Following the …
Orpheus – the UK government-accredited cyber threat intelligence company – has produced a paper on cyber security risk in the supply chain of the National Health Service (NHS). It looks at key findings on leaked credentials, suppliers at risk, gives …
Excerpt from “A Procurement Compendium” Why do we assume that bigger is better in procurement terms? That, if I aggregate my spend, if I have more volume to offer the market, then I will get a better deal? Why …
The Institute for Public Policy Research said Whitehall was failing to maximise the impact of its financial clout despite a procurement budget worth 14% of the economy’s annual output and 36% of total government spending. It says the government should use the …
We welcome this guest post by Des Ward, director at Innopsis, the trade association for suppliers of digital infrastructure and services to the UK public sector? The recent announcement from the National Cyber Security …