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IT and comms suppliers can finally confirm on Sunday their involvement in the long-awaited government G-Cloud framework - Blighty's new way of selecting the firms that will sell tech kit to the public sector. Government Procurement Services (GPS) provisionally told firms whether they had made it onto the guest list earlier …


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  1. Tom 38 Silver badge

    Let me look into my crystal balls

    Mmmm. With remarkable clarity, I see the greatest chunk of the money going to Accenture, Siemens, Capgemini, KPMG and IBM.

    1. Anonymous Coward
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      Re: Let me look into my crystal balls

      No changes there then.

    2. TheOtherJola
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      Re: Let me look into my crystal balls

      You forgot Serco and Capita.

  2. steeplejack

    It is IBM, though, isn't it?

    I distinctly remember reading on the web that IBM had a big "In" on this...

  3. Anonymous Coward
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    Looking forward to seeing what they have in the way of cloud HR systems

    Then if I can just persuade the HR dept to move away from the cack we've installed internally...

    Ditto the project tracking tool, risk tool, document sign-off tool, etc.

  4. Robert Grant Silver badge

    @Tom 38

    Don't forget Crapita.

    Also Talis, Fugitsu. Who else?

  5. TheOtherJola

    I thought G-Cloud was the name of Google's online cloud storage service.

    Stupid public sector always inadvertently making their own services more difficult to find or use because of it's ambiguous or non-recognisable name.

    If it's a service to do with procurement of IT stuff and is accessible by the Internet and Telephone they should have called it something catchy but unique, like "iPhone".

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