The Government Digital Service has launched the beta phase of GOV.UK Pay, a prototype cross-government platform designed to improve the way government takes payments by making them more “convenient and efficient”. *|MC:SUBJECT|*
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19th October, 2015
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The Government Digital Service has launched the beta phase of GOV.UK Pay, a prototype cross-government platform designed to improve the way government takes payments by making them more “convenient and efficient”.

GDS officially introduces GOV.UK Pay
 
New Services

Peterborough City Council and tech start-up Alcove have formed a new partnership designed to facilitate independent living for older and disabled citizens through a connected care framework.

 Peterborough City Council partners with tech start-up to transform services for residents
 
Policy

City of Edinburgh Council (CEC) has received criticism from the Information Commissioner’s Office after a recent audit found a “limited level of assurance that processes and procedures are in place.”

Edinburgh council ordered to improve data protection
 

The government is relaxing visa rules for overseas digital specialists after widespread complaints, from startups and tech giants alike, of a skill shortage in the country.

Government eases path for digital specialist immigrants
 
Research & Trends

Nuance recently commissioned research into the impact that accuracy and completeness of clinical documentation can have on healthcare. This infographic examines: why this research is so important, who will find it useful and offers a summary of its results.

The Clinical Documentation Challenge (Infographic)
 
Insights

The UK’s surge towards an online existence may have serious security concerns as new figures from the Office for National Statistics (ONS) show there were 2.5 million incidents of crime falling under the Computer Misuse Act in the last year alone.

UK citizens victim to 2.5 million cyber crimes last year
 
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