Natural Resources Wales CIO interview key quotes

CIO of Natural Resources Wales, Martin Britton, shows a new way of landscaping public sector IT

The Welsh environment is estimated to be worth £8.8 billion a year by the new organisation tasked with protecting, managing and deriving more revenue from those woods, peaks, fields and beaches. Natural Resources Wales, or in the native tongue Cyfoeth Naturiol Cymru is a Welsh government sponsored agency. Formed in April 2013, it's a single organisation that has subsumed the Countryside Council for Wales, Environment Agency Wales and the Forestry Commission Wales. Over the next 10 years, operating as a single body, it's expected to save the Welsh public sector £158 million.

Read the full CIO Profile of Martin Britton here.


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