Results 1-20 of 182 for "hewlett packard"
- Queen’s Speech — Debate (4th Day) (10 June 2014)
Lord Mitchell: ...drives. It has changed just a tad. I remember reading a book in the 1990s on the projected winners and losers in the data processing industry, as it was then called. The only names it got right were IBM and Hewlett-Packard. Not included were Apple, Google, Microsoft, Facebook and Twitter. Most of them did not even exist. Google, the third-largest company in the world by capitalisation, is...
- Scottish Parliament: Developing Skills for Scotland’s Digital Economy (3 April 2014)
Clare Adamson: ...the commitment of £6.6 million for digital skills funding. As my colleague Liam McArthur said, at this week’s meeting of the Education and Culture Committee we heard evidence on the area from Maggie Morrison, formerly of Hewlett-Packard and now director of the public sector and open digital services centre. She is a highly experienced IT professional who talked about the...
- [Mr Joe Benton in the Chair] — Supporting the Creative Economy (13 February 2014)
Damian Collins: .... It is interesting that companies such as Facebook and Google have been born out of research laboratories and facilities, not only of universities such as Stanford, but our of precursor companies in that industry, such as Hewlett-Packard and Xerox, the success of which spawned further companies. We hope that in London new businesses will come out of our creative and digital economy as it...
- Written Answers — Business, Innovation and Skills: Hewlett-Packard (9 December 2013)
Helen Jones: To ask the Secretary of State for Business, Innovation and Skills if he will meet Hewlett Packard to discuss the recently announced redundancies; and if he will make a statement.
- Written Answers — Work and Pensions: Hewlett-Packard (9 December 2013)
Helen Jones: To ask the Secretary of State for Work and Pensions what steps he plans to take to support those who will lose their jobs as a result of the recently announced redundancies at Hewlett Packard; and if he will make a statement.
- Written Answers — Defence: Cybercrime (8 October 2013)
Andrew Robathan: ...currently includes the Ministry of Defence, Government Communications Headquarters, Centre for Protection of National Infrastructure, British Aerospace, BT, CGI Logica, Cassadian, General Dynamics, Hewlett Packard, Lockheed Martin, QinetiQ, Raytheon UK, Rolls-Royce, Selex ES (part of Finmeccanica), Thales UK, ADS (Aerospace Defence Security) and Intellect. There is an intention for more...
- Backbench Business — Nato: Corporate Structures and Financial Crime (4 July 2013)
Helen Goodman: .... A whistleblower recently informed us that advertisements were appearing alongside the indecent images of children. They were advertising the services of a large number of household-name companies, including PayPal, John Lewis, Procter & Gamble, EE, Hewlett Packard, Betfred, Bing, Johnson & Johnson, Google, BSkyB and Western Union. Facebook has now agreed to do a manual sweep to...
- Written Answers — Defence: Defence Suppliers Forum (17 April 2013)
Philip Dunne: ...in the last 12 months. Representatives of the following organisations have attended on more than one occasion: Babcock International Group BAE Systems EADS UK Finmeccanica UK General Dynamics UK Hewlett-Packard UK Lockheed Martin UK QinetiQ Rolls-Royce Serco UK Thales UK. In addition, a representative from Aspire Defence has attended all three meetings in support of a particular agenda...
- Written Answers — Work and Pensions: Universal Credit (25 March 2013)
Stephen Timms: ...Secretary of State for Work and Pensions what recent changes he has made to projects to deliver the elements of the universal credit system being led by (a) Accenture, (b) BT, (c) Cap Gemini, (d) Hewlett Packard and (e) IBM; and if he will make a statement.
- Written Answers — Attorney-General: Autonomy (18 March 2013)
Dominic Grieve: Allegations have been made to the SFO about the circumstances of the sale in 2011 of Autonomy to Hewlett Packard. The Director of the Serious Fraud Office has decided to open an investigation into these allegations, with a view to using his powers of investigation to allow them to be tested.
- Written Answers — Work and Pensions: Universal Credit (13 March 2013)
Stephen Timms: To ask the Secretary of State for Work and Pensions how many people working on the universal credit programme are employees of (a) Accenture, (b) BT, (c) Capgemini, (d) Hewlett Packard and (e) IBM.
- Northern Ireland Assembly: Oral Answers to Questions: Northern Ireland Assembly Commission (12 March 2013)
Sandra Overend: Will the Commission member tell the House whether the new equipment being installed in constituency offices will result in reduced running costs for consumables for the new Hewlett-Packard printers? Will they be cheaper than the previous OKI consumables?
- Written Answers — Work and Pensions: Universal Credit (12 March 2013) See 1 other result from this answer
Stephen Timms: ...to the answer of 17 September 2012, Official Report, column 536W, on universal credit, which parts of the universal credit IT system are being delivered by (a) Accenture, (b) BT, (c) Capgemini, (d) Hewlett Packard and (e) IBM.
- Written Answers — Home Department: Procurement (30 January 2013)
James Brokenshire: ...Ltd GE Security GEO G-Learning Greenworks Solutions Ltd Grey Matters Group 4 Group 4 TEC GVA Grimley Halfords Hays Specialist Recruitment Hays Specialist Recruitment LTD Hayward Aviation Ltd Healix Hewlett Packard Ltd HML Hogg Robinson Hogg Robinson (Travel) Limited Hutchinson Ports IBM IBM UK Limited ICO Imperial College London iMPOWER Inchcape Independent Trustee Services Limited Infor...
- Written Answers — Work and Pensions: Universal Credit (12 December 2012)
Mark Hoban: No IT supplier contracts have been terminated in the last three months. Universal credit continues to use its framework IT suppliers, namely Accenture, IBM, BT, and Hewlett Packard to deliver the IT solution.
- [Andrew Rosindell in the Chair] (29 November 2012)
Geraint Davies: The Minister is probably aware that Hewlett-Packard is the biggest computer company in the world and that its two hubs are in Swansea and Bristol. HP is currently bidding for a contract with the Department for Transport relating to contracted-out financial work and back-room work. HP supports a major skilled computing cluster in south Wales. Will he bear that in mind, and perhaps talk with...
- Written Answers — Home Department: Public Expenditure (27 November 2012)
James Brokenshire: ...Improvement Ltd Equifax Ltd Ernst and Young LLP Expotel Fincore Ltd FR Aviation Ltd Fujitsu Services (Alcedo) Ltd Fujitsu Services Ltd G4S Care & Justice Services (UK) Ltd GEO Group UK Ltd (The) Happy Homes UK Ltd Hewlett Packard IBM Direct United Kingdom Ltd Interserve Construction Ltd Interserve Facilities Management Iron Mountain (UK) Ltd Jomast Property and Finance Co. Ltd KPMG LLP...
- Infrastructure (Financial Assistance) Bill (17 September 2012)
Geraint Davies: ...by the Welsh Government. Again, it amounts to having a joined-up view—it is not just for public-service delivery to make efficiencies—and it also means a genuine joining up with the private sector. That is why I have been in talks with Hewlett-Packard, which has a skills cluster in Swansea and is keen to get the work from the Government in the form of outsourcing from the...
- Written Answers — Work and Pensions: Universal Credit (17 September 2012)
Mark Hoban: We are working with a consortium of IT providers: Accenture; BT; Capgemini; Hewlett Packard; and IBM.
- Written Answers — Business, Innovation and Skills: Business (12 July 2012)
Mark Prisk: ...1,000 volunteer business mentors recruited and trained by the British Bankers Association. Alongside the bank mentors, new schemes to recruit volunteer business mentors have also been launched by Hewlett Packard and Mott MacDonald, who are joining the likes of Virgin Media and A.F. Blakemore & Son, in collaboration with the Enterprise and Diversity Alliance (EDA), who already run...