UK Home Office ICT Strategy Reviewed by Kable in Topical Report Published at MarketPublishers.com
In-demand research report “Secure and adaptable borders: Organisational profile for the Home Office” elaborated by Kable has been recently published by Market Publishers Ltd. According to the study, the Home Office is likely to spend around GPB 240 million on ICT services and products in 2013-2014.
London, UK (PRWEB) November 15, 2013
The Home Office, a ministerial department of the Government of the UK, has historically struggled with interoperable ICT. Nowadays, re-usable and secure ICT vendors have good opportunities to win the business as the legacy prime contracts have almost come to an end. Currently, the department is switching to a common secure platform with the aim to establish multi-contract, multi-supplier, adaptable service towers model. With commodity ICT (for example networks and desktop) expected to be sourced from pan-government frameworks, the department requires secure applications both to provide up-to-date software supporting specialist functions and to better manage immigration processes.
In 2013-2014, the Home Office is likely to spend around GPB 240 million on ICT services and products, calling for nearly 16% of the overall Whitehall ICT expenditure. The department affords unique opportunities for ICT suppliers of adaptable and reliable products in policing and border management, to come into the police and Whitehall markets alike.
In-demand research report “Secure and adaptable borders: Organisational profile for the Home Office” elaborated by Kable has been recently published by Market Publishers Ltd.
Secure and adaptable borders: Organisational profile for the Home Office
Published: September, 2013
Price: US$ 4,602.00
The research report grants access to a comprehensive organizational profile of the Home Office for the ICT public sector supplier market. It covers the use of ICT in the public sector across Scotland, England, Northern Ireland and Wales. The report provides in-depth insights into the UK central government landscape, describes the main Home Office ICT strategies, outlines the future opportunities and challenges of the Home Office ICT as well as offers a thorough discussion of the UK central government ICT trends. The study delves into the competitive environment, reviews the key suppliers and uncovers details on their contracts, presents an insightful analysis of the Home Office structure, and also unveils valuable information on the Home Office expenditure on ICT.
Companies mentioned in the report include: Savvis, Fujitsu, Atos, Capita, Serco, Airwave, Steria, TCS, Tata, Skyscape, BT, IBM, Ceridian, Precedent Communications, HP, Oracle, Thales, Domo, Lowe Electronics, Raytheon, Sodexho, CSC, De La Rue, MM Teleperformance, CGI, QinetiQ, BAE Systems Detica, Vodafone and Selex Galileo.
- Detailed organizational profile of the UK Home Office for the ICT public sector supplier market.
- Extensive overview of the UK central government landscape.
- In-depth analysis of the Home Office structure.
- Clear description of the top UK central government ICT trends.
- Insightful examination of the major Home Office ICT strategies.
- Thorough discussion of the future opportunities and challenges of the Home Office ICT.
- Insights into the competitive environment and vital data on the key suppliers and their contracts.
- Essential information on the Home Office expenditure on ICT.
More insightful research reports by the publisher can be found at Kable page.
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