'We've saved more than £14bn over the last year,' claims government CTO Liam Maxwell

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Government CTO claims multi-billion pound savings as a result of reforms in IT procurement and spending

Government chief technology officer Liam Maxwell claims that the government saved more than £14bn on IT procurement and services over the last year compared to the cost of IT services in 2010. M...

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