So, two weeks have passed since the revelations of the latest (known) public sector IT disaster, and related wasted expenditure. But I'm willing to bet that nothing has changed in the way projects are planned, and we'll see many more juicy stories in future.
Perhaps some kind of pre-emptive strategy would be in order...?
Surely the National Audit Office is by now rammed with people who can spot the seeds of doom in just about any public sector IT project it cares to look at. So why not involve them at the start?
Forget all this talk of economic recovery, only the civil servants can save us now.