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NINEVEH WINS FURTHER ICT CONTRACT

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Nineveh Consulting has announced that has been awarded a£300,000 contract to help ...
Nineveh Consulting has announced that has been awarded a£300,000 contract to help
refresh the ICT strategy at Barking and Dagenham LBC. The work will centre on the strategic direction the council needs to take to address the electronic government agenda. Tim Dawes, director of consulting at Nineveh, said 'This is the latest in a string of competitively awarded local government consultancy contracts won by Nineveh. We are especially pleased to be working with Barking and Dagenham because they have a very sound ICT base and an excellent vision of how ICT can been employed to the benefit of the local community'.
Nineveh Consulting was founded in 1997. Its purpose and sole business
activity is the provision of ICT consulting services to local government.
Current and recent Nineveh work includes ICT strategy and service review,
GIS specialist consultancy and procurement advice and support. Other Nineveh
local government customers have included:
Basingstoke and Dean BC
Braintree DC
Brighton and Hove Council
Colchester BC
Crawley BC
Gosport BC
Havant BC
Herefordshire Council
North Lincolnshire Council
Powys CC
Salisbury DC
Surrey Heath BC
Tendring DC
Test Valley BC
Torridge DC
Vale of White Horse Council
West Dorset DC
Winchester City Council
Wolverhampton MBC
Nineveh also undertakes assignments for local authority related bodies.
During 2000 we managed the Information Age Government programme for SOCITM.
Recent research includes a major review of the IT Outsourcing market within
local government for CIPFA/IPF and a study of the local government
applications market place for Microsoft UK.
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