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G-Cloud 9: the necessity of making changes at a procurement level

15/07/2016

Warren Smith has committed to starting G-Cloud 9 from scratch. A step in the right direction, says Chris Proctor of Oneserve, but more needs to be done.

G-Cloud awareness

11/03/2016

Chris Proctor explores why many local authorities are failing to engage with the G-Cloud framework

Councils failing to adopt G-Cloud reveals survey

23/10/2015

Only 3% of councils are using G-Cloud – the government’s framework for procuring cloud-based services – according to the results of a new survey.

Most council staff unaware of G-Cloud, reveals survey

05/10/2015

More than three quarters of council staff have not heard of the G-Cloud framework, according to a new survey.

Buying with G-Cloud

09/06/2015

Kevin Linsell presents a seven step user guide to making the G-Cloud procurement process more efficient and effective

The future of Network Services

11/09/2014

New Network Services framework shows signs of promise for local government

Poll reveals hazy view of G-Cloud

02/09/2014

Two-thirds of civil servants do not understand G-Cloud – the Government’s initiative to save money through procurement using cloud technology – a survey has revealed.

Paving the way for WYOD

29/08/2014

Why local authorities are ignoring wearables at their peril

Bristol to migrate IT estate to the cloud

29/08/2014

Bristol City Council is migrating its IT infrastructure to the cloud and outsourcing the management of its IT estate as part of a £90m cost savings programme.

Society denies councils are 'wasting millions'

06/06/2014

IT and digital professionals working in local public services have bit back at claims councils are wasting millions by not using the Government’s G-Cloud framework.

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Vaux: Transforming Sunderland

The iconic Vaux Brewery site in Sunderland has been transformed into THE BEAM: a mixed use hub in the heart of the city centre.
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Data sharing arrangements

Lowri Phillips explains what public bodies should do to meet their legal obligations and minimise the risks.
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Democratic Services Team Leader

East Hampshire District Council and Havant Borough Council
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Social Worker - Family Finding & Targeted Services Team (Fostering)

Telford & Wrekin Council
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Telford & Wrekin Council
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We are looking to recruit an experienced person to work as part of our Business Support team Telford, Shropshire
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Senior Asset Engineer

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Programme Manager - Garden Community

Stafford Borough Council
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This is a fantastic opportunity for an experienced programme manager who has the chance to make their mark on a blank canvas. Stafford, Staffordshire
Recuriter: Stafford Borough Council

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