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The cost of a government website

Screenshot of The Crown Prosecution website

FOI requests reveal the extraordinary cost of the Crown Prosecution website

An article published on Guardian Technology website, details how a government website, The Crown Prosecution Service, has cost a total of £370,000 over the first five years.

The information was obtained via a series of Freedom of Information requests, which also revealed, quite alarmingly, that the original budget was only £45,000 over the first three years.

Not only does this show a clear lack of project management (the first year cost alone was over £70,000), but also calls into question the value government departments receives from web project tendering - seven organisations were approached to tender, of which only two bids were received.

Read the full article on The Guardian website

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