"Part of the reforms we are bringing into technology in government is to move the ability to access information and the ability to work with the technology back into government. The ability to deal with the information directly."
He added: "The majority of major contracts we are locked into finish by 2014/2015 and so there is an enormous amount of change going on about how we do things differently. We are not going to replace, we are going to base our services around user need and in many cases that means not doing the same thing again."
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