IT trends in local public services 2009/10 - Stretched to breaking point
Produced by: Socitm Insight
There is a belief that the cost of public service ICT is too high. The existing technology infrastructure was built in an era of growth and prosperity.
The downturn in the economic cycle means that the money to pay for current services will not be there. The demand to use ICT services to take cost out of other parts of the organisation continues to grow. The challenge for the ICT professional is how to meet these conflicting requirements.
Our latest IT Trends report (23rd annual edition) identifies the size of the cuts in spending and staff that are currently taking place within ICT in the local public service sector. We identify the programmes and schemes that are being introduced to deliver greater efficiency and propose what action might need to be taken if we are to satisfy a growing demand for ICT with less resource.
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Last modified: 15th March 2010
IT trends in local public services 2009/10 - Executive briefing (119.92 KB PDF)