Government decision makers have little confidence that IT can transform Whitehall

Sooraj Shah
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Government decision makers want IT to help improve service delivery, reduce costs and increase collaboration but have little confidence that it will be able to deliver

Government decision makers have little faith that Whitehall IT teams can transform the way government works, according to a report from Eduserv, a not-for-profit organisation and registered charity...

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