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July 8th, 2013

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A government programme to make superfast broadband available to 90 per cent of premises in each area of the UK is currently expected to be delivered nearly two years later than initially planned, the National Audit Office has reported.

Govt broadband programme running two years late: NAO
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Advanced Business Solutions will demonstrate its budgeting and forecasting solution called Collaborative Planning.

‘Lean mean budgeting machine' to be introduced at CIPFA conference
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Cllr Matthew Barber, leader of Vale of White Horse District Council, said: “People who have limited access to the internet at home can now make updates and find information for themselves in our reception area, rather than waiting for an appointment.”

Vale of White Horse District Council to offer self-service facilities via kiosks

The Ministry of Justice has launched a new online tool that makes it easy for people to fill in the application for Lasting Powers of Attorney (LPA) with the hope that fewer mistakes will be made.

MoJ launches online tool for LPA applications

Socitm has called for local authorities to take action in response to the growing numbers of users using mobiles to use councils’ online services.

Socitm calls for local authorities to make their websites more mobile friendly
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The OFT has today launched a call for information into the supply of information and communication technology (ICT) goods and services to the public sector and is calling for suppliers and purchasers to get in touch about their experiences.

OFT to investigate ICT supply in public sector
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