Round-up: The state of Whitehall IT under the microscope
With a General Election looming, silicon.com has taken an in-depth look at the present state of public sector IT and how things might change should a new political party come to power.
In this exclusive series of articles, silicon.com's Nick Heath puts government IT well and truly under the microscope - examining the issues from which of Labour's major IT projects could be doomed under a Conservative administration, to how far a Tory government will really shake up Whitehall IT.
Labour's worst IT disasters
Why repeated mistakes have cost the taxpayer billions
Photos: The Tories' techiest MPs
The men and women who will help shape IT in a Conservative administration
How far will the Tories change the face of tech in the UK?
Open source, mega contracts and free data pledges under the spotlight
Which of Labour's big IT projects will survive the Tory axe?
What a Conservative government would mean for everything from ID cards to the National Programme for IT
The Tory IT masterplan: As good as it looks?
Can the Conservatives' reforms tackle the real Achilles heel of government IT?