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CCTA

The Government Centre for Information Systems.

(Originally "Central Computer and Telecommunications Agency").

CCTA is part of the Office of Public Service and Science, which works to improve government's services to the public. They are responsible for stimulating and promoting the effective use of Information Systems in support of the efficient delivery of business objectives and improved quality of services by the public sector.

CCTA had to change its name as it was not an agency in the "Next Steps" sense. The letters were retained as customers were familiar with them.

http://open.gov.uk/.

E-mail: <info@open.gov.uk>.

Address: Norwich, UK.

CCTA

(Central Computer and Telecommunications Agency, London, www.ogc.gov.uk) An agency of the U.K. government's Office of Government Commerce that has been providing IT advice and guidance to the public sector for over 25 years. CCTA has also taken a lead in bringing public and private sector organizations together to develop such world class "best practice" methodologies for IT professionals as SSADM for systems analysis and design, PRINCE 2 for IT and business project management and ITIL for IT service management. See ITIL and PRINCE 2.
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