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Oracle executive blasts e-government plan

The government's plan to have all public services available online by next year is a “big mistake", according to a senior executive at software maker Oracle.

27th November, 2004

The government's plan to have all public services available online by next year is a “big mistake'‘, according to a senior executive at software maker Oracle, who has worked closely on government initiatives.

Jens Mortensen, Oracle's vice president for public services, said so-called e-government had to be driven by demand from the public, which did not seem to exist.

“The first wave of putting everything online has not achieved improvements in cost or...

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