The Government’s chief scientific adviser, Professor Sir Mark Walport, has recommended the adoption of the technology that powers crypto-currency Bitcoin to improve various public services. *|MC:SUBJECT|*
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21st January, 2016
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The Government’s chief scientific adviser, Professor Sir Mark Walport, has recommended the adoption of the technology that powers crypto-currency Bitcoin to improve various public services.

Government encouraged to adopt Bitcoin-style technology
 
Digital Procurement

Updata Infrastructure has been awarded a four year, £20m framework agreement by Norfolk County Council to enhance network services across the region including in council buildings, schools and libraries.

Norfolk network deal awarded to Updata
 
Policy

More support must be given to local government in order to improve digital services and a new body should be funded to reduce digital duplication, according to one of the sector’s leaders.

Government urged to extend GDS support to councils
 
New Services

A number of local authorities are successfully responding to cuts in funding through implementing mobile working for their field-based staff.

Councils turn to mobile working to fight cuts and improve services
 
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The Metropolitan Police Service (MPS) has appointed Angus McCallum as chief information officer to head up Digital Policing (DP).

Met Police names new CIO
 
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