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North Wales Police signs £17.8 million contract with CGI

North Wales Police signs £17.8 million contract with CGI

North Wales Police has bought 128 body-worn video cameras, plans to replace officers' existing mobile devices and is considering handing out wearables to frontline police. read more »

Welsh government plans ‘GOV.UK’ style publishing platform

The Welsh government is set to audit all existing public sector websites in Wales with a view to eventually moving to a 'GOV.UK' style single publishing platform. read more »

Durham Constabulary use algorithm to predict reoffending

Police at Durham Constabulary decide whether to release suspects on bail, tag them with a GPS or keep them in custody based on an algorithm to predict the probability an individual will reoffend. read more »

Havering and Newham councils to pilot software sharing project

Havering and Newham councils are set to share budgeting and forecasting software integrated with their existing Oracle ERP solution to provide a 'single overview' of their finances. read more »

Post Office ‘failed to investigate’ Horizon before prosecuting subpostmasters

The Post Office failed to investigate whether cash shortfalls could have been caused with malicious software or IT systems before taking legal action against subpostmasters, an independent report has found. read more »

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North Wales Police signs £17.8 million contract with CGI

North Wales Police has bought 128 body-worn video cameras, plans to replace officers' existing mobile devices and is considering handing out wearables to frontline police. read more »

Welsh government plans ‘GOV.UK’ style publishing platform

The Welsh government is set to audit all existing public sector websites in Wales with a view to eventually moving to a 'GOV.UK' style single publishing platform. read more »

Durham Constabulary use algorithm to predict reoffending

Police at Durham Constabulary decide whether to release suspects on bail, tag them with a GPS or keep them in custody based on an algorithm to predict the probability an individual will reoffend. read more »

Havering and Newham councils to pilot software sharing project

Havering and Newham councils are set to share budgeting and forecasting software integrated with their existing Oracle ERP solution to provide a 'single overview' of their finances. read more »

Post Office ‘failed to investigate’ Horizon before prosecuting subpostmasters

The Post Office failed to investigate whether cash shortfalls could have been caused with malicious software or IT systems before taking legal action against subpostmasters, an independent report has found. read more »

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