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E-government procurement excludes small businesses


Kablenet today cover Stefan Magdalinski’s address to the Government Computing 2003 conference, in which he says the policy to involve “intermediaries” in e-government would not help small companies such as his former company Upmystreet, and would “benefit only bigger organisations”.
Responding, Anwar Choudhury, director of e-government markets, technologies and innovation at the e-envoy’s office said: “We want to improve that policy so that it does something for SMEs but we also want to ensure that we are engaging the citizen… We haven’t worked out how to involve the innovators in this.”

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