Waiting to see the
Domain has expired and then blame it on the new web host and domain agreement.
Hmm I seem to be using Eat this a lot.
The government has claimed to have almost halved the number of Whitehall websites over the past year. Its annual Central Government Websites report, published by the Cabinet Office, says that 444 are now open compared with 820 a year ago. The closure programme is part of the government's campaign to reduce spending while …
I was once involved in a £70m infrastructure procurement for an HMG website. It was a very strange experience.
Silos are not necessarily more expensive. If you develop in a silo you don't have to waste man-centuries getting sign off on requirements from committees, stakeholder panels, focus groups.
Value would be better measured by something like cost per visit. It's very crude but a lot less crude than cost per domain name.
You're missing the cost of the development hardware/software licensing, multiple test environments hardware/software, storage for all the above charged at x per month, test and dev support services, live web servers, HIDS, NIDS, load balancers and whatever else the supplier can convince them they need.
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