Tuesday, July 16, 2002
I am of course all for more money for e-services, more money that is, provided that "in return for additional resources delivery organisations are therefore being asked to agree stretching targets for the take-up of e-services". The spending review comes once every 3 years and must be one of the most fraught times in government as depts bid for extra money for important projects. Top of the list this year are (healthily) NHS and (justly) Criminal Justice ... but e-government is in there too. The next 2-3 months will see some vigorous planning on how the roll-out plan can and should change now.
Posted by Alan at Tuesday, July 16, 2002