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"The ICT services functional requirements document is currently at draft stage. We now invite your comment and feedback. It is very important that we take account of as many views as possible in order to ensure that this document is suited to the goal of delivering systems tailored and suited to end users – the learners."

Posted 4 November 2009 in the Infrastructure technologies community

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