Government lops £249m off ICT spending

Hannah Breeze

Cabinet Office claims savings were made through more efficient running of sites such as Businesslink

The government claims to have saved £249m on ICT in the past year. Cutbacks in spending on ICT and digital services accounted for £104m, as well as an additional £145m of savings made on ICT pro...

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