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This podcast is published by Innopsis, the trade association for suppliers of Digital Infrastructure and Services to the UK Public Sector.



The podcasts aims to provide information on issues within the sector plus interviews with notable people in either the Public Sector or Industry.



If you have a story to tell or you have feedback, please contact us on info@innopsis.org

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This podcast is published by Innopsis, the trade association for suppliers of Digital Infrastructure and Services to the UK Public Sector.



The podcasts aims to provide information on issues within the sector plus interviews with notable people in either the Public Sector or Industry.



If you have a story to tell or you have feedback, please contact us on info@innopsis.org

    What was in the Budget for Technology?

    What was in the Budget for Technology?

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    Kelvin Prescott

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    In this episode we look at the implications of the Chancellors budget on Innopsis members. Does digital investment mean a wave of new business for public sector network providers? Or is it going to be all promise and no delivery



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    The Changes in the Network Environment

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    Richard Barnes

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    You can find a good summary of the digital investment plans set out in the budget here: http://www.computerweekly.com/news/450430542/Chancellor-Philip-Hammond-pledges-more-than-500m-for-tech-in-2017-budget):

     

    £500 million for a range of initiatives including:

     



    * £75m for artificial intelligence

    * Regulatory changes for on-road driverless car testing

    * £400m for electric car charge points

    * £160m for 5G mobile networks

    * £76m to boost digital and construction skills



     

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    Looking forward to 2018

    Looking forward to 2018

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    Michael Bowyer

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    In this episode, Michael Bowyer interviews Phil Gibson on his career in Telecoms, PSN and HSCN as Phil leaves the industry to focus on Alfa Romeo restoration, a booming property portfolio and being a part-time film mogul.

    Phil has spent the start of his career at BT, working up from joining as an apprentice engineer to leading a sales organisation. Leaving BT, he spent time at NexteriaOne, Energis, Cable and Wireless before ending up at Virgin.

    Phil was one of the original four from Industry that created PSN. Together with BT's Ken Clark, Seimen's Michael Bowyer and Global Crossing's Mike Thomas, the PSN Operating Model was created based on the work of BT's Keith Smith. Phil went on to lead the PSN Governance work stream, which led onto the formation of PSNGB.

    Phil gives advice to those seeking to enter the Public Sector Marketplace and gives his view of the obstacles that the Industry and Public Sector need to overcome in the years ahead.



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    An Interview with Phil Gibson, the first Chairman of Innopsis

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    Michael Bowyer:           Hello. Today I am with Phil Gibson who is the chair of Innopsis. Many of you may not realise that Phil's actually, what I would term, as a bit of an industry veteran, and has been in the industry for many, many years. And in this conversation today,

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    Episode 4 - Patrick Clark, NHS-Digital

    Episode 4 - Patrick Clark, NHS-Digital

    This episode features a conversation between Patrick Clark, Head of Implementation and Communication at NHS-Digital regarding the Health and Social Care Network (HSCN) and Michael Bowyer, Chairman of Innopsis.



    Patrick has been involved with several programmes across the Public Sector from his time at the Cabinet Office and at NHS-Digital. He was part of the PSN programme, as well as part of the Spend Control Process, which looked all major spend across departments to ensure that they were aligned, gaining the best for Government.



    Patrick has been a pioneer for desegregation, which he has been able to realise within the HSCN Programme.



    Patrick has spent his time between London and York, where he his now firmly based.



    Listen to the elements of HSCN that Patrick is pleased with, the concerns he has about implementation and the role that Innopsis has played.



     



     



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    Who was Winging IT and Won this week?

    Who was Winging IT and Won this week?

    This episode features Kelvin Prescott and Richard Barnes talking about the three recent NHS events, Carillion and the start of the next major Network procurement routes.



    Firstly, the discussion looks at the NHS WiFi events and the HSCN Summit. All the events were run by Public Sector Connect and were supported by Innopsis. Listen to what was said and what Richard and Kelvin thought of them.



    The failure of Carillion has been front page news. Richard and Kelvin look at how the Public Sector and Industry reacts to ensure essential services are maintained.



    Lastly, as Network Services Framework (RM1045) comes towards it's end, Innopsis are starting to gather views from members about what the replacement procurement routes should look like in order to advise the Crown Commercial Service.



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    New Core Terms from CCS

    New Core Terms from CCS

    In this episode, Kelvin Prescott talks to Ian Fishwick about the work of the Cabinet Office's SME Panel and, in particular, the new Core Terms that CCS are starting to use for future frameworks and CDP procurements.







    The new terms are written in everyday English and have been reduced down considerably. Importantly, whilst these new Core Terms are being tested out in the new Facilities Management Framework, they are being planned to be used for the replacement of RM1045, Network Services next year. Whilst still in review, we are inviting members to comment ahead of the framework design. The new terms can be found here  - Core Terms Final v2.9



    A review of the Terms can be found here



    If you have a topic or a story to share with out members, please contact info@innopsis.org

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    3825 Club

    3825 Club

    The project to replace the N3 network is the largest network project in Europe, if not the world. To faciliate the mutiple procurements needed, the Crown Commercial Service have implemented the new Dynamic Procurement System (DPS), HSCN Access (RM3825)



    The speed and volume of the procurements involved in this new DPS means that it is important that any learning coming out of the initial procurements needs to be shared to improve the processes.  As most of the Suppliers on RM3825 are Innopsis members, we have pulled together a new sub group called the 3825 Club to share learning.



    The initial meeting was held on 2nd February and is being chaired by Innopsis Director Lynne Magennis. Lynne was interviewed for this podcast the day after the initial meeting by Innopsis Chairman Michael Bowyer about how the meeting went.



     

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