The Parliamentary Information and Communication Technology (PICT) was established in January 2006, bringing together ICT staff and other resources from across both Houses of Parliament into a unified organisation. The Committee's report focuses on those services provided for MPs and their staff, with the aim of ensuring that processes are put in place to enable Members' services to be delivered efficiently and to an agreed standard. Issues considered include: how ICT services are currently provided; best practice from comparable systems in universities and private sector franchises; the evolving use by MPs of ICT services; matters of concern to individual MPs including balancing issues of stability and flexibility, constituency provision, customer service and provision of equipment; and the provision of new ICT developments such as audio-conferencing, wireless and mobile computing.Finally the scanner/ photocopier top on the I600 is very ... When MPs have problems with their IT, they do not have time to hang on or wait for call backs, and it therefore falls to office staff to sort out troubleshooting problems. When it was a caseanbsp;...
|Title||:||Information and communication technology services for members|
|Author||:||Great Britain: Parliament: House of Commons: Administration Committee|
|Publisher||:||The Stationery Office - 2007-05-08|