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CompTIA Comment on BECTA Statement


16 Sep 2008


Trade & Society

Brussels, 16 September, 2008 – CompTIA responds positively to BECTA’s acknowledged reliance on market-based choice to serve agencies, taxpayers and students through state-provided ICT. With our growing dependence on ICT to improve our lives, governments have legitimate concerns about how they employ ICT to serve citizens.  Interoperability has emerged as a crucial issue for markets – public and private – to extend the reach, cost-effectiveness and overall efficacy of ICT in large enterprises. 


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