During the Summer recess, our editorial team are highlighting some of the more important / interesting press releases published, from Monday 12th August through to September 2nd when full service will resume.


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  • Meet the vision of digital policing to 2025?
  • Determine the steps needed in a growing digital asset age?
  • Exploit your digital assets to enable faster justice for victims?
  • Visualise the overall Virtual Enabled Justice pathway?

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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:

Bakemans Limited

Click here to find out more.


 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:

GOV. UK – Brexit

Latest Documents

GOV.UK Brexit Search

Tips for businesses preparing for Brexit on 31 October:

Further information: How to prepare if the UK leaves the EU with no deal

BEIS:  Business Secretary holds first Brexit roundtable with businesses

BEIS:  Government pledges to protect science & research post Brexit

10DS:  PM call with Taoiseach Varadkar: 30 July 2019

HM Treasury:  Chancellor announces billions to turbo-charge no deal preparations

HMT:  Trade Secretary announces Freeports Advisory Panel will ensure UK is ready to trade post-Brexit

HMT:  Chancellor fast-tracks Spending Round to free up departments to prepare for Brexit

Cabinet Office:  Ministers visit Dover to ensure UK ports are ready for Brexit

Ministers from the CO, BEIS, & DCMS meet representatives of business federations to discuss Brexit

Home Secretary visits the police hubs leading Brexit preparations

MHCLG:  Government readies whole nation for Brexit with every council to have a designated Brexit lead

FS crosses the Atlantic to expand post-Brexit opportunities for Global Britain

FS to sign landmark agreement to boost economic growth in UK and Mexico

DIT:  International Trade Secretary Liz Truss meets with New Zealand Minister for Trade & Export Growth

Financial services: EC sets out its equivalence policy with non-EU countries

ScotGov:  Post-study work

WAG:  Almost £2.5m approved to help Welsh businesses cope with Brexit challenges

PC&PE:  Inquiry on UK's financial obligations in the event of ‘no deal’ launched

PC&PE:  Post-Brexit agricultural funding must meet the needs of Scottish farming

CBI: Neither UK nor EU ready for no deal, contingency planning study finds

CBI: New report puts forward 200 recommendations to help accelerate no deal preparations for UK, EU & companies

IFG:  No deal Brexit would dominate government for years to come

OE: Brexit - What are the next steps?

OE: Henry Newman – the new UK Government has only a few Brexit options on the table

OE: Johnson has increased pressure on both the EU & Parliament to confront possibility of No Deal

B4B:  What can happen in the absence of self-belief

B4B:  The BBC and ‘no deal’: a Pavlovian experiment

B4B:  Support for No Deal is Compatible with International Law’?

B4B:  Boris Johnson’s first week – an assessment

B4B:  The Single Market isn’t delivering the goods

B4B:  Is the Civil Service Impartial?

B4B:  An Open Letter on Irish Attitudes to Brexit


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We do this by offering support on a one-to-one basis through our business support services and one-to-many through workshops, training and other events.

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