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A Cabinet Office official has said there has been an agreement for some of the first services on the Public Sector Network (PSN). John Stubley, the PSN programme director, released a short statement on Twitter that IP services company Global Crossing has signed a deed of undertaking (DoU) to provide the first Government …


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  1. Anonymous Coward
    Anonymous Coward

    Let me get this straight.

    So the contractor basically explained to the government what the government wanted, then put a nice price on it, and now they've sealed the deal?

    On another note, I don't know what they've been cooking up but it sounds a bit like they're creating a paradise for "unauthorised access" on top of making unbridled "legal" data sharing so easy that any privacy constraints are left to the imagination of the ICO. As long as nobody looks it's all right, no?

    Vondervul, Vondervul. And ze next trick....

  2. Aaron Harris

    Why the TLA avalanche?

    Why does every government and IT setup seem to want to drown us in three letter acronyms.

    Is that so there is less to type in the inevitable report into the failure of the computer system that was wrongly specified and commissioned to do the job.

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