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Govt claims less than 20% of civil servants are on strike
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Govt claims less than 20% of civil servants are on strike

Cabinet Office Minister Francis Maude said fewer than 20% of civil servants were on strike today compared with a third in the last big walkout in 2011. Mr Maude said today's disruption was the fault of union leaders and urged public sector workers ... ITV.com, 1 week ago
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Coalition bust-up over IT overhaul

Francis Maude is attempting to end the dominance of IT giants at Whitehall - and hand a bigger share of contracts to small and medium sized companies (SMEs). Mr Cable is reported to have called for a halt to the initiative - one of the ...
 BBC1 month ago Government row sparked over IT procurement  IT Pro UK1 month ago Cameron's coalition stumbles over "shambolic" IT policy  ITProPortal.com1 month ago

Francis Maude: Pay restraint necessary to avoid mounting up debts

Thursday 10th July 2014 | 07:20 07:20 10/07/14 Francis Maude MP, Cabinet Office Minister BBC News Francis Maude said that while he understood the frustrations of public... PoliticsHome content is only available to subscribers Find ...
 PoliticsHome1 week ago Francis Maude: Strike crackdown a live issue for Tory manifesto  PoliticsHome2 weeks ago Research and analysis: Mystery Shopper results  BIS.gov.uk3 weeks ago Maude: You can deliver more for less  BBC1 month ago

Francis Maude : Eye-Watering Budgets Need Eye-Opening Honesty - Why the Government Must Get Projects Right

Cabinet Office, FRANCIS MAUDE, Budget 2014, Conservative Party, Government, Projects, Taxpayers, UK Economy, UK Politics News Get UK Politics Newsletters: We're a country of canals, railways and sweeping suspension bridges; of Smeaton, ...
 Huffington Post UK2 months ago Francis Maude: Eye-Watering Budgets Need Eye-Opening Honesty - Why the Government Must Get Projects Right  Huffington Post UK2 months ago Eye-Watering Budgets Need Eye-Opening Honesty - Why the Government Must Get Projects Right  Huffington Post UK2 months ago
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Govt subject to state-sponsored cyber attack - Maude

The Government's intranet system was hacked by a state-sponsored hostile group, Francis Maude will reportedly reveal today. The Financial Times says the Cabinet Office Minister will stress that GCHQ discovered the attack early and reduced
 PoliticsHome1 month ago What does the IT industry want as future digital government policy?  Computer Weekly6 days ago UK Government Enhances Cyber Security Measures  NewsBlaze2 weeks ago NCC : Businesses and Government to work together to boost cyber security  4 Traders1 month ago
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Cabinet Office: Official estimates show strike turnout at less than half a million

Thursday 10th July 2014 | 15:38 Cabinet Office press release Minister for the Cabinet Office, Francis Maude said: "We want to thank the vast majority of public servants who turned up for work as usual today. Our official estimates are that fewer ...
 PoliticsHome1 week ago Statement on industrial action: 10 July 2014  United Kingdom Parliament1 week ago Tory attacks on Whitehall trade union officials shows increasing anti-union agenda, says Labour's Jonathan Ashworth  Morning Star Online3 weeks ago Commissioning Academy apply now for Autumn intake  Buying Solutions1 month ago
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Maude blasts 'improper' mandarin job ad

Francis Maude has hit out at a job description for top civil servants, claiming it defies Britain's constitution. The job ad, seen by Newsnight, calls on prospective permanent secretaries to "balance ministers' or high-level stakeholders' immediate ...
 PoliticsHome1 week ago
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Civil service job document attacked by minister

Francis Maude, who has battled with Whitehall officials over civil service reform, is now having the document 'refreshed'. Photograph: Sean Smith for
 Big News Network2 weeks ago Civil service leaders clash with ministers  PoliticsHome2 weeks ago PCS members are at the forefront of fighting the cuts  Morning Star Online2 months ago

News story: Project Bank Accounts are helping to pay government suppliers on time

Francis Maude, Minister for the Cabinet Office, announced that £5.2 billion worth of government projects in the construction industry are now being paid through Project Bank Accounts ( PBAs ). As part of its long term economic plan for Britain, ...
 Department for Transport3 weeks ago Almost half of Government jobs use project bank accounts  Construction Enquirer2 weeks ago Project Bank Accounts are helping to pay government suppliers on time  Government Opportunities2 weeks ago SMB supplier push leaves government IT in tatters report  Computer Reseller News UK4 weeks ago
Computer Weekly

Collaboration key to Government's cyber security p...

Collaboration key to Government's cyber security plan Francis Maude, Cabinet Office Minister, has reflected upon the National Cyber Security Programme so far, saying how private-public collaboration has a significant role to play in the ...
 Acumin3 weeks ago Cyber security an economic opportunity, says UK government  Computer Weekly1 month ago
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