back to article WCL bags UK government framework for 'everything ICT'

Management consultancy WCL has won a tender with the UK government to supply "everything ICT" in a contract which could be worth up to £800 million (c $950 million) over its lifetime. As the title suggests, the award is set to see a broad gamut of computer hardware and software provided to UK public sector organizations under …

  1. Missing Semicolon Silver badge

    Outsourcing your job

    So basically, the IT managers are just outsourcing their jobs. Nice work if you can get it.

    Plus a private company can evade the FOI rules. And can more easily be subverted by a powerful and unscrupulous vendor.

  2. Doctor Syntax Silver badge

    "At all times choice, service, quality and cost is paramount"

    As in quick, good, cheap; choose any two.

  3. John Brown (no body) Silver badge

    Sounds more like a middle-man than a framework

    See subject. Also, I probably just said what the first poster said, but using different words :-)

  4. seldom

    There's no way anything could ever go wrong with this. Maybe they could outsource the oversight to WCL too.

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