Learn to love public sector IT projects

Smart, Tim
May 2008
Computer Weekly;5/27/2008, p20
Trade Publication
The article presents the author's views on public sector information technology (IT) projects in Great Britain. It is stated that the principle challenge for government and its suppliers is to accelerate the adoption and increase the understanding of these rapidly converging technologies. The author says that the government needs to create even more simple and compelling ways to extend access and choice to every citizen.


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