Government and Public Sector IT news on TechWeekEurope UK. Is the government using the best technology to meet citizens’ needs, with the G-cloud and other initiatives, and how good are its policies on privacy and security?

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iCITY finalises its plans for a technology hub at the Olympic Park broadcast and press centres

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The government announces how it will divide the funds announced last year

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Newcastle targets 97 percent superfast broadband coverage as part of super connected city scheme

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The only way is Fujitsu for Essex, with Japanese firm set to overhaul county council's IT infrastructure

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Privacy groups pleased government has recognised need for transparency

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Osaka, Seoul, Sheffield, Philadelphia and Hawaii join the global movement to make better use of public sector data

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Nearly half of European mobile users don't use mobile data because of high roaming costs, says EU

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Pan-European network would help improve data security following recent NSA snooping allegations

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Samsung's enterprise plans are reportedly given the seal of approval from the US military and security agencies

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Arqiva signs deal with Barnet, Haringey, Harrow and Wandsworth councils for free public Wi-Fi services

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