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Highlights of the strategy include £3 billion to support and maintain laboratories at universities and research institutes. There is also £2.9 billion towards large capital projects to support scientific Grand Challenges, including a £30 million UK commitment to XFEL – an international free electron laser project – and £20 million to create an Inspiring Science Capital Fund to get the public more engaged in science. read more »
Basildon and Thurrock University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust has finished digitising 446,000 patient records, it announced today. read more »
EE, O2, Three and Vodafone have pledged to invest £5 billion into mobile infrastructure and guarantee voice and text coverage across 90 percent of the UK by 2017. The government said no public money will be used to fund the scheme. read more »
Parliament has selected Rob Greig, chief technology officer (CTO) at the Royal Opera House, to lead the newly-created ‘Parliamentary Digital Service’ (PDS). read more »
The Cabinet Office has gone to market for more suppliers for its cross-government identity assurance (IDA) programme, branded ‘GOV.UK Verify’. read more »more news ..
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What happened this year? We offer you the top stories, including Universal Credit and e-Borders write-offs, big ICT contract replacements, ‘Government as a Platform’ and controversial deals axed in local government, and some hints for what to expect in 2015 read more »
Shadow Cabinet Office minister Chi Onwurah believes that the government should have used the Autumn Statement to establish a digital strategy that drives change, rather than just a useful platform to make savings. read more »
“The premise of electronic patient records (EPR) is dead,” Liverpool Women’s NHS Foundation Trust’s CIO David Walliker claims. read more »
Are suppliers ticking all the right boxes to get onto G-Cloud 6? read more »
A social enterprise start-up developed an app for sex workers that Chi Onwurah believes is just one example of why we need federated architecture. read more »more in depth ..
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The Science and Innovation Strategy sets out the government’s priorities for investment and support to 2021
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