Government Computing – 14th March 2017
GDS intends to move away from the PSN but wants to keep its standards, community, marketplace, savings and benefits for SIROs
Government Digital Service (GDS) officials have paid tribute to the key outcomes from the Public Services Network (PSN) that they would like to keep.
GDS said recently in a blogpost that the “Internet is OK”, for the “vast majority of the work that the public sector does,” and signalled a move away from the PSN.
But at a roundtable discussion about the PSN last week organised by the network providers’ association Innopsis, GDS officials Simon Foster and Mark Harrison lauded a series of developments that arose out of the PSN.
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