Effective IT with limited resources

This article aims to identify important elements that make information technology services in a central bank effective. It provides a definition of IT effectiveness, and then touches on some elements of importance. The organisational structure, strategy and skills needed in a central bank's IT department are discussed as areas for attention in designing an effective IT department.

On one level effective IT equipment and services should be easy to use, secure, efficacious systems that exceed

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