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Will MPs call BA to account over IT power problems?

By Tony Collins

Experts are questioning BA’s explanation of the power problems that disrupted the travel plans and arrangements for 75,000 people at the weekend. 1,462 more words

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MPs suggest Cabinet Office is losing its grip on departments - but does it care?

By Tony Collins

The Register has an excellent piece by Kat Hall on how the Cabinet Office is losing its grip on Government departments.

Citing the annual report of the all-party Public Accounts Committee, Hall says there are issues where “departments repeatedly don’t do what they have been told or asked to do by the centre”. 551 more words

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After a major IT failure, how did Barts NHS trust manage its image?

By Tony Collins

It sounded serious. Under the headline

“Cancer patients in limbo as five hospitals suffer ‘major’ IT crash”

the Daily Telegraph said,

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Some officials "smuggle their often half-baked proposals past ministers" says Cabinet Office adviser who quits

By Tony Collins

Jerry Fishenden has resigned from the Cabinet Office‘s Privacy and Consumer Advisory Group after nearly six years. First he was its chairman and more recently co-chairman. 567 more words

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Will MPs' report on Capita's BBC contract make any difference?

By Tony Collins

At one level, Capita’s contract to handle most of the BBC’s TV licensing work is, in general, a success, at least according to statements made to the media. 770 more words

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Another Whitehall failure: no officials responsible, fluid facts and doubtful ethics. Plus ça change?

By Tony Collins

It’s rare for truth to emerge from the ashes of a failed contract.

The disastrous contract between Siemens and the BBC (the so-called Digital Media Initiative) was a rarity. 954 more words

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Shedding new light on the Post Office Horizon controversy?

By Tony Collins

Dozens of families gathered in the ballroom of a Hilton hotel to hear independent investigators announce the most likely cause of an air crash that killed 132 air passengers. 5,519 more words

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