The Crown Commercial Service’s G-Cloud framework is showing an average of 20% savings against legacy single vendor agreements across government, according to new figures.
Three quarters of customers creating new accounts on the Digital Marketplace since March are from outside of central government, according to new figures.
One of Scotland’s smallest local authorities saved almost £100,000 last year by introducing online training for staff, according to new figures.
A gradual move to the cloud is the best option for most organisations, according to Paul Evans.
Local authorities are being encouraged to create partnerships with business to compete for a £10m grant to test the Internet of Things (IoT) in a single city region.
G-Cloud is a disaster, and the Government’s seems to have little interest in supporting its aims, says Alex Rabbetts.
Government is to unify the two separate systems used to submit bids to join the G-Cloud framework after complaints the process is too confusing.
Poor security and performance continue to dog adult care software used by a troubled outsourced shared services joint venture, according to a stinging report by auditors.
Some of us will get around to it tomorrow. Some of us did it a while back and think it’s probably still up-to-date. A small number of us checked it today and know it’s up-to-date.
The public sector is largely unprepared and uncomfortable with cloud computing, with almost half collaborating through the post, according to research released in advance of tomorrow’s Budget.
Digital officials are working to slash the length of contracts under the Digital Services framework after estimating current versions take at least six hours to read.
The Scottish Government is still failing to get basic digital contract management right, according to a new report. Gemma Diamond looks at the findings.