Joined-up justice is a rallying call that many in the sector’s technology community will recognise both as an ideal – we’d all support a seamless transition from investigation to disposal – and as a source of frustration. When the MoJ and the Home Office both have a stake, projects and programmes run slowly. The new government offers potential for change, and there are a number of areas which police CIOs and the industry […]
The Met is finally out for MiPS: an integrated case, custody, intelligence and investigation system. Three bidders will fight it out, and the rest of the sector should watch closely. Here are six points for the police ICT community to bear in mind as the procurement unfolds.
This is high risk stuff, at the sharp end of technology-led transformation. The MPS wants the MiPS solution […]
Theresa May calls it “gritty and unglamorous”, but police ICT reformers have built a solid framework for consensus.
The seniority of the speaker panel, and the appetite for places, at its summit last week showed that the Police ICT Company has found its footing fast. There’s a joined-up and consistent story on harmonising police technology, and the new organisation is accepted as central to achieving police service aim […]
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Vigilant Research is managed and delivered by Stephen Roberts, supported by experienced associates.
Stephen was MD and research chief of Kable from 2008 to 2015, supporting public sector teams across the UK technology industry. As the leading commentator on ICT spend and supplier choices in public sector organisations, he has developed an unrivalled understanding of the factors which drive and constrain digital investment in public bodies.
Prior to his time at Kable, Stephen was a market and competitive intelligence specialist, managing research programmes for Vodafone, Microsoft and BT. He has also worked across the business information sector as a conference producer and as a publisher of magazines and yearbooks.
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