The presentation focused on a spending review which explored if the original model of having a centralised stated owned IT agency is working or not. There are concerns that, far from being a source of efficiency, SITA adds to the cost and reduces the efficiency of IT-spend in government. SITA mandate requires that their service catalogue and pricing be reviewed regularly to support evolving trends and technology but has not been done in over a decade. Centralising the procurement of office software and operating system software could result in significant savings over the medium term. Further savings may also be realised if all government landlines migrate to VoIP solutions.