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News in brief - January 15
By Neil Merrett
Defence Infrastructure Organisation (DIO) Board appoints first independent chair, DVLA Share Driving Licence service goes live and AWS awarded FCA cloud hosting contract
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No sunset in Theresa May's shadowy surveillance world
By Neil Merrett
Home secretary talks need for "technology neutral" language in investigatory powers bill, while rejecting information commissioner's calls for more clarity on powers
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Lord Levene outlines defence reform progress
By Neil Merrett
Latest Lord Levene report welcomes departmental changes to critical business operations in last four years, but calls for urgent action in other areas
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MoD opts against extending Serco DBS agreement
By Neil Merrett
Contract to provide services like HR, payroll and security vetting to be initially brought in-house to "fully consider" options for future provision
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ICO chief calls for more clarity on surveillance powers
By Neil Merrett
Christopher Graham argues need for transparency around remit of proposed data access powers; "case must be made for proportionately of anything that invades our privacy"
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Public servants pick up New Year's honours
By David Bicknell
HMRC's Lin Homer named a dame while DWP's Robert Devereux picks up knighthood
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Best practice venture AXELOS appoints new leader
By David Bicknell
Chief financial officer Abid Ismail takes over as chief executive from Peter Hepworth who moves into a new role within Capita
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Motorola Solutions to buy Airwave
By David Bicknell
Agreement made for Motorola Solutions to acquire Airwave for £817.5m; deal set to close in first quarter of 2016; Airwave legal action against Home Office to continue
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MoD picks CGI to deliver Intermolar integrated electronic health records
By David Bicknell
Contract will support 6,000 users at 400 sites worldwide for Defence Medical Services
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E-borders: lots of ambition, but little value for money, says NAO
By David Bicknell
Watchdog says Home Office's delivery plans for e-borders were too ambitious and department has struggled to take vision forward since ending Raytheon contract
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