G-Cloud 7 has 'straightjacket clause' that will hamper ability to save costs, claims Eduserv

Sooraj Shah
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Will new G-Cloud clause mean a return to bigger, less flexible contracts in the public sector?

The seventh iteration of G-Cloud, which is to go live on November 23, incorporates a "straightjacket clause" in it that would limit the scope for cost savings through cloud adoption, according to E...

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