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Smaller companies strongly represented in US Army desktop deal
By David Bicknell
Eight out of nine companies winning up to 10-year Army Desktop and Mobile Computing deal are smaller players
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MoD promises action to reduce backlog of CP&F payments to suppliers
By David Bicknell
Ministry statement praises role of SMEs in supply chain and stresses that it is engaging with suppliers over payment delays
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NCSC opens London HQ as it looks to next phase of cyber efforts
By Neil Merrett
Organisation unveils new centre of operations in central London to work with private and public sectors, including devolved and local authorities, to better tackle and detect attacks
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MoD delays with online procurement system hit SMEs’ pockets
By David Bicknell
Smaller suppliers say delays with “CP&F” upgrade means they have not been paid since October 2016, forcing them to approach their banks for financial support
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MoD confirms Ivan Hooper as “interim successor” for Mike Stone
By David Bicknell
Current ISS Director Service Operations may form leadership team as Information Systems and Services' chief executive, working with a still to be recruited MoD CIO
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Government Computing Focus for early 2017
What issues will we be keeping an eye on editorially in 2017?
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MoD’s Azure engagement spurs new Cloud roles
By David Bicknell
Cloud Solutions Architect at £70K likely to be one of several new Bristol-based Cloud positions
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UKHO sets course to find new CTO
By David Bicknell
MoD trading fund’s key technology role will carry £100,000 salary
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Initial judicial reckoning for Investigatory Powers Act expected in New Year
By Neil Merrett
Campaign groups are reviewing how best to challenge key provision in new legislation that received Royal Assent on Tuesday - formalising surveillance powers in wider public sector
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MoD’s plan to implement new contracting system falls back on paper processes
By David Bicknell
Delayed contracting, purchasing and finance system that should have gone live on November 18 will now be “made available” to users on December 5
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