Kenya | Can The Government Outsource to IT SMEs?

From *iHub_ Mon Nov 12 2012, 01:34:44

By Chris Foster  With the growth of ICT start-up and small enterprise businesses (SME) in Kenya, one of the questions that has frequently been asked is: What role can the government play in this emerging ecosystem? One suggestion that has been put forward is that the government and state agencies should look to outsource IT [...] Related posts:

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