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9th December 2008, 06:59 PM #1
Here's a a heartwarming article...
...which may not affect the managed services tide too much, but I believe she's the partner of Alastair Campbell (yes that Alastair). Her email address is at the foot of the page.
Fiona Millar: Should the contractor who designs and builds a school clean it and manage the ICT? | Education | The Guardian
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9th December 2008, 07:31 PM #2
"It is also hard to escape the conclusion that the requirement to commit, at a very early stage in the process, to a service that doesn't even exist, is simply about seducing private sector bidders with a guaranteed, indefinite income stream once the building work is over.
It is ironic that at a time when independence, freedom and personalisation are so prized, one-size-fits-all solutions so scorned, and governors urged to be autonomous and innovative, the government's building process requires such monolithic uniformity."
10th December 2008, 02:00 PM #3
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Great read, thanks for pointing it out.
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