Government brings in top Shell executive to help sort out IT

The Office of Government Commerce (OGC) has recruited top Shell executive Jonathan Simcock to help improve its operational performance.

The Office of Government Commerce (OGC) has recruited top Shell executive Jonathan Simcock to help improve its operational performance.

Simcock, currently overseeing the largest global change programme in Shell's history, will move to OGC on secondment with effect from 16 July.

He will join the Government IT arm’s board and will become executive director of the organisation’s key Capital Group.

OGC acting chief executive Peter Fanning said, “Jonathan Simcock will be bringing with him a wealth of programme management experience, at a time when OGC is driving forward the culture of best practice across major publicly funded programmes and projects.”

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