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The latest cabinet shuffle in Ottawa includes a renewed emphasis on the federal government's digital offerings, which is good news for Canadians, says the Information Technology Association of Canada

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Data security sanctions imposed on U.K. government

The Cabinet Office has published a range of mandatory measures to prevent a repeat of the data loss scandal that hit HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) last year. Any disc, USB stick or laptop containing sensitive information will have to be encrypted if they are taken out of Whitehall, as part of the government security technical measures published by the Cabinet Office.

U.K. considers tougher data breach penalties

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U.K. government takes a page from Canada

As the director of service transformation for the U.K. cabinet office, Andrew Sheffield is at the heart of service delivery for U.K. citizens. At the Lac Carling 2007 Congress in Niagara-on-the-Lake, Sheffield spoke with senior writer Lisa Williams about the Tell Me Once project, the evolution of the Web site, and how the U.K. is learning from Canada when it comes to service design.

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