Momentous developments in the British political landscape have set the stage for big changes in public sector technology

By Tom Macaulay

The shockwaves felt from the Conservative party's thumping general election win and its pledge to "get Brexit done" will ripple through public sector IT plans and spending patterns in the year ahead.

A corporation tax freeze, rising R&D spending, new fast-track visa for oversea tech talent, mooted digital services tax and changes to the UK's relationship with the EU will all have an impact on the sector, but there is one area that industry insiders expect to remain largely unchanged: the much-maligned process of public IT procurement.

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