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CCS opens HSCN Access Framework dynamic purchasing system to supplier bids
By David Bicknell
The landmark DPS, which will allow new HSCN compliant suppliers to join at any time, is due to go live on November 24
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Home Office expects to provide ESN update at the end of the year
By David Bicknell
Department indicates ESN update will follow in a couple of months’ time, with new timeline still likely, though not specifically promised
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EU to award grants to analyse and exploit complex public datasets
By Matteo Natalucci
Up to €6m EU grants available to help public administrations and supplier partners address the scalable exploitation of massive amounts of public and open data
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Govroam gains wider public sector traction to complement GDS’ GovWiFi scheme
By David Bicknell
Jisc-launched scheme which developed from existing eduroam network for higher education gets traction among local councils, the health and social care community, and disaster management services
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Government announces £10m pilot to boost fibre broadband for six UK Areas
By Matteo Natalucci
The project is part of a £200m four-year plan to stimulate the growth of full fibre in the country  
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Public sector intranets not fit for purpose, survey argues
By David Bicknell
Half of public sector respondents polled rated their intranet at 4 out of 10 or lower; poor rating is matched by equally poor search function and lack of IT buy-in
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Network suppliers raise concerns over HSCN Access Services terms
By David Bicknell
Proposed dynamic purchasing system would streamline procurement, but suppliers, given little notice to comment, warn over 300 pages of contractual and supporting documentation may be off-putting for SMEs
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NHS Lanarkshire suffers malware attack
By David Bicknell
Chief executive apologises for “disruption” which forced cancellation of operations and appointments
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UK ranks lowly 31st in worldwide broadband speed test
By Matteo Natalucci
Position shows the UK would fail to get in a ‘Premier League’ of countries’ broadband speeds
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KCOM fined £900,000 for emergency call failure
By David Bicknell
74 emergency calls failed after a York telephone exchange was flooded; back up routes relied on the same exchange
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