Government ICT actually working

In 2011, Lord Francis Maude, then Minister for the Cabinet Office and Paymaster General, openly and frequently challenged the status quo regarding UK Government ICT spend. Having witnessed enough departments waste millions of pounds over the years, in exchange for lengthy, ineffective and often failed implementations, he mandated departments to utilize both Small to Medium Enterprises, as … Continue reading Government ICT actually working

Government launches Apprentice recruitment policy for contracts over £10m

We were happy to hear last week that the Government have announced a new policy for companies bidding for contracts.  From this month all bidders on government contracts over £10m will be required to show written commitment to an apprentice recruitment scheme.   This move, by David Cameron, is to support the pledge made by … Continue reading Government launches Apprentice recruitment policy for contracts over £10m

Invotra apprentice has been recognised for his achievements on major government contract

Jamie Garrett, 20 from South East London left school with excellent GCSE results.  He’d already shown great aptitude in ICT, but rather than going onto higher education he decided to become an apprentice. When Invotra went through a period of growth they decided to invest in an apprenticeship programme, one that is now stronger than … Continue reading Invotra apprentice has been recognised for his achievements on major government contract