The House of Commons Public Administration Select Committee (PASC) has launched an inquiry into the way in which Government develops and implements technology policy.
With the current HMG CIO moving on, the inquiry will be a timely opportunity to examine the Government’s overall strategy for information technology (IT) including how it identifies business needs, the effectiveness of governance arrangements, and procurement policy and practice.
The Committee is asking for all interested parties to submit evidence before the deadline of 21st January 2011. Full details are contained in the PDF “issues and questions” paper issued by PASC which can be downloaded here.
[Transparency Declaration: Jerry Fishenden, Co-Founder and Director of the Centre for Technology Policy Research, has been appointed by PASC to be their Specialist Adviser for the inquiry into government IT]