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Editor’s choice of other ICT items of note:

BCS:  Roehampton report reflects BCS' concerns over uptake of computer science

UK online centres:  Get Online Week 2018: The hunt is on!

BEIS:  Major new funding to attract world's best in science and innovation

 

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Editor’s choice of other Health related items of note:

Home Secretary statement on medical use of cannabis

NICE:  Have you read my notes, doctor?

10DS:  PM speech at the Defence and National Rehabilitation Centre: 21 June 2018

 
SME Supplier Locator update...

UK Government and public sector spend with SME’s is continually on the increase and by 2020, it is the stated intent of Cabinet Office that £1 of every £3 spent on government contracts goes to SME’s. 

Against this ambitious backdrop, the WiredGov Supplier Locator service has been developed specifically to embrace the SME Agenda and provide the ideal platform for SME’s to promote their services, solutions, accreditation and success stories directly to our ever increasing audience across all government and public sector verticals and Tier 1 suppliers.

Recent arrivals to the SME Supplier Locator service include:

Griffin House Consultancy

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Editor’s choice of other general items of note:

MHCLG:  Launch of Great British High Street competition 2018

OSSW:  Tomorrow’s office, today - Alun Cairns opens UK’s first energy-positive office in Swansea

Dstl:  Futuristic super-thin metal could create ‘solar-panel shirts’

NAO:  Survival guide to challenging costs in major projects ~ Survival guide to challenging costs in major projects

  

 More contributions to the Brexit process

Still a ‘hot topic’, with widely spread views, for those who put fingers to keyboard in order to ‘share their views’:

Researched Links:

Brexit microsite (Information about the Article 50 process and our negotiations for a new partnership with the EU)

HO publishes details of settlement scheme for EU citizens

HMT  Mansion House 2018: Speech by the Chancellor of the Exchequer

EC & UK publish Joint Statement outlining further progress in Article 50 negotiations

MI5:  DG General Andrew Parker Speech to BFV Symposium

ScotGov:  Finance Secretary questions NHS Brexit dividend

WAG:  Letter to Home Secretary - Scottish & Welsh Ministers outline concerns over EU Exit Settlement Scheme

IEA:  Brexit provides opportunity to slimline costly regulation of insurance market

OE:  What does the EU position on justice & home affairs mean for European security?

BfB:  The Wind of Change and Tory – Remain, By Dr D.H. Robinson

Young People and Remain by A Postgraduate Student

BfB:  Youth unemployment still scars the Eurozone

BfB:  Brexit and Commonwealth: Challenges & Opportunities by Robert J Jackson

BfB:  Britain & Latin America: New Opportunities in the Post-Brexit Era?

Bf B:  Meaningful votes and the fight for the default option by Richard Ekins

 

 More contributions to the UK constitutional debate

More news, opinions, documents, claims & counter-claims;

Researched Links:

ScotGov:  Scottish Crown Estate

ScotGov:  Protecting the Scottish Parliament

King's Fund - Devolved powers could help make cities healthier

 

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£25 million boost for self-driving technology: apply for funding
£25 million boost for self-driving technology: apply for funding

Businesses can apply for a share of up to £25 million to develop, demonstrate and trial technologies for connected and autonomous vehicles in real-world settings.

Reducing plastic waste in the environment: apply for funding
Reducing plastic waste in the environment: apply for funding
Businesses can apply for a share of £4 million to support innovative ideas that reduce persistent plastic waste in the environment through new alternatives.

First innovation loans offered to businesses improving smart cities and transport
First innovation loans offered to businesses improving smart cities and transport

13 businesses working on the challenges of population growth, accelerating urbanisation and climate change offered Innovate UK’s first innovation loans.

Tomorrow’s office, today - Alun Cairns opens UK’s first energy-positive office in Swansea
Tomorrow’s office, today - Alun Cairns opens UK’s first energy-positive office in Swansea

The UK’s first energy-positive office, which generates more solar energy than it consumes, will be opened at Swansea University