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BT responds to examination of Vital Vision… sort of

It is nice to have a response, of sorts, to my examination of BT’s influence on local government and Suffolk county council in particular.

Notice on bt website saying file no longer available

The removed document is the entry for a BT marketing award by the Vital Vision programme. It reveals that it was essentially a sales and marketing programme designed to gain contracts by winning the hearts and minds of people in  public services. More in my post: Has BT gained too much influence in local government?.

However, the entry document is available here.

There is one thing I noticed while getting the “removed” notice. BT’s internal marketing awards are sponsored by Accenture. That is the company to which BT outsources its Human Relations work.

Now, why would Suffolk County Council decide to outsource its HR work to a company which has concluded that someone else is better able to manage its own HR?

Answers in the comment box below, please.

 

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