Innopsis is the trade association for suppliers of Digital Infrastructure and Services to the UK Public Sector. Our members range in size from small startups to the largest telecoms providers in the country. Collectively, we provide over 75% of the telecoms and digital infrastructure used by the UK Public Sector.
Our objectives are to:
– make it easier and quicker for our members to do business with government
– enable government to maximise the benefits available from digital services by promoting a vibrant and active supplier community
– to provide better public services and to work together for the common good.
Our focus is on the big opportunity for both customers and suppliers to benefit from safe information sharing and innovation in public service delivery
In this week’s news round up we bring you:-
– Ministry of Justice to move infrastructure to the public cloud
– 59% of UK Telecoms Workers Suffer Stress
– Lack of Broadband Access Can Hinder Rural Telehealth Programs
– Ericsson sales boosted by early 5G adoption
– Is this the first 5G phone?
– What Constitutes a Commercial 5G Network
– UK public sector stuck in business process dark ages
– Public-private commissioning: a question of trust
– Good data governance is good business
and a new podcast on Zero Trust Networking
News from across the Public Sector for week commencing 8th October 2018
– BT and EE Seeking UK Broadband Pay TV Deal with Apple
– The case for an innovation committee in local government
– EE UK Switches On First Live Trial of 5G Mobile Tech in Canary Wharf
– Home Office appears set for new ESN move with launch of Air to Ground communications pre-tender
– Fibre island: How Jersey went ultra-fast
– 5G news: 2025 will be the ‘tipping point’ for 5G
– High demand for usage sees CCS more than double spending on new procurement platform
– Why broadband and Telehealth are interconnected
– The race for 5G is on – Literally!
This is the latest instalment in an exclusive series analysing the UK’s biggest public sector tech deals. In partnership with data analysis firm Tussell, we drill down into the top five most valuable tenders and awards from the previous week, and take stock of which tech firms have won the biggest share of the public sector pie.
Eighteen months after the Government Digital Service (GDS) said ‘The Internet is OK’, thus signalling a move away from the Public Services Network (PSN), it now wants to try prove the point.
Tweets from @InnopsisUK
Healthtech start-up bags £3m to match doctors with work t.co/QJ9lHNFIAD
Episode 12 – The Framework Map t.co/V2EyhuIdVC