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The Home Office will review the controversial Sprint ii procurement framework once the newly created police ICT company is up and running next spring, giving hope to many suppliers that blue light business will be back in their future. The government mandated police purchasing heads in England and Wales to buy low-end IT kit via …


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Anonymous Coward

Consistency? What's that?

It seems odd, since in the NHS the government wants to do the opposite and promote competition and have more local procurement.

I wish they'd make up their mind.

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*only* 100 data centres.

But wikipedia (I know, not exactly the most authoritative source) reckons there are 56 forces in the UK (including the NI, MoD and Nuclear plods).

But 2000 apps?

Funny but I could have sworn that certainly England and Wales had the *same* laws applied across *all* regions.

is it just me or does the phrase "Sole supplier" make people look for a *very* large dead rodent lying about the place.

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