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High Court allows Cornwall Council to terminate £160m BT contract

The High Court has ruled that the Cornwall Council is allowed to terminate its outsourcing contract with BT.

Three police forces reject outsourcing deal to G4S

Three East Midlands police forces have rejected outsourcing their control rooms management to security giant G4S after being approached by the latter.

Capita becomes the UK government’s main supplier of 2015

Capita leads the ranking of the British government’s biggest suppliers of the year 2015 with $14.5bn in sales to the UK government.

Airwave Solutions withdraws injunction blocking Home Office contract award

Airwave Solutions withdrew its injunction that was preventing the UK government to award a contract for the mobile network for the emergency services.

Serco presses on with strategic realignment towards the public sector

Serco has announced it will hold on to its environmental services and leisure operations instead of selling them like it had previously planned.

The Barnet Council moves forward with its sourcing plans

Barnet Council decided to move forward with its plan to transfer 120 education staff to Cambridge Education, an independent global education services company.

IBM to open first European Watson IoT headquarters in Munich

IBM has announced it will open a global headquarters for its Watson Internet of Things (IoT) in Munich, Germany. The new unit is part of IBM’s effort to advance connected devices and cognitive computing.

Better technology can prove to reduce library costs

A study conducted by a Library technology supplier to explore the usage of libraries, concluded that better technology can reduce costs while providing customers with a better service.

Flexibility should be a prime concern in procurement, warns Hampshire Council's ex-CIO

The former CIO of Hampshire County Council, Jos Creese, has announced at a conference last week that more companies should consider renegotiating their IT software and services contracts, if they want to benefit from new technologies.

Shropshire reveals its new ICT infrastructure plan

The council of Shropshire will engage in a £600,000 ICT infrastructure plan to amend its ICT infrastructure.

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