Labour’s 2015 ICT and Public Procurement Agenda Discussed by Kable in In-demand Report Published at MarketPublishers.com

In-demand research report “Labour's 2015 Agenda: Ed Miliband's preparations for government” worked out by Kable has been recently published by Market Publishers Ltd.

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With sixteen months left before the next scheduled general election in the UK, most opinion polls currently indicate that Ed Miliband is heading towards Downing Street. Still, it is not clear yet if it is a win with an overall majority or as part of another coalition government. The Labour Party, meantime, has several ways to go till its policy platform comes complete, and this is the very case regarding its views on public technology and procurement policy.

In-demand research report “Labour's 2015 Agenda: Ed Miliband's preparations for government” worked out by Kable has been recently published by Market Publishers Ltd.

Report Details:

Labour's 2015 Agenda: Ed Miliband's preparations for government
Published: January, 2013
Pages: 14
Price: US$ 4,868.00
http://marketpublishers.com/report/it_services/labours-2015-agenda-ed-milibands-preparations-4-government.html

The in-demand topical report provides comprehensive outlook of Labour’s 2015 agenda, besides covering Ed Miliband’s preparation for a government job. The study offers a thorough discussion of Labour’s actual thinking on procurement and its alleged approach towards the EU procurement arrangements which are viewed as a political target. The research report scrutinises Labour’s political narrative on technology, features its approach towards government ICT. Decision points for labour are also included. The report also makes predictions about what the first 100 days an oncoming Labour administration would hold.

Key political figures mentioned are Michael Dugher (Shadow Cabinet Office Minister); Chris Leslie (Shadow Chief Secretary to the Treasury); and Chi Onwurah (Junior Shadow Cabinet Office Minister).

Top companies discussed include: EDS (Electronic Data Systems) and HP (Hewlett Packard).

Reasons to Buy:

  • Obtain access to valuable information on Labour’s approach to public procurement.
  • Improve one’s situation in the public sector or elaborate successful market-entry strategies.
  • Gain a profound insight into the outcome of Labour’s critical thinking and policy development towards the next government's ICT and public procurement agenda.
  • Get a clear idea of the possible outcome of the novel regulations.
  • Grab insights into Labour’s technology narrative, along with key related figures.

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