E-gov: no problem



Hazel Ward

Ian McCartney, the e-government minister, has shrugged off criticism of the Government's IT strategy in the aftermath of...



Hazel Ward

Ian McCartney, the e-government minister, has shrugged off criticism of the Government's IT strategy in the aftermath of last week's decision to drop the Compaq-led consortium from the Government Gateway contract.

Writing in the Independent on Sunday, McCartney insisted that the Government was on track to meet its 2005 deadline for the delivery of all appropriate services on line.

He did not comment on the decision to delay launching the UK Online portal or the collapse of the partnership with the Compaq consortium.

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