It looks like ArmyNET portal has been nominated for the 'Public Sector Project of the Year' section in the Computing Awards for Excellence 2005, to be held on 16 November 2005 in London. Congratulations and all that, but it does smell a little fishy. It's a portal that you'd only really know or care about if you were in the army, and most of the people who want to find things out and have a chat about things to do with the army, do it on here. Even more to the point, it's a portal that you could only go to and have a look round if you were in the army. Are a load of the members of the Computing Awards for Excellence members of the TA, just by chance? Or is it a case that the silly security questions that you have to answer to get in aren't that secure? I mean, if you know anyone in the army it doesn't take the brains of the QM General to work out his log in name which just leaves the password. Are there loads of London buisiness types on ArmyNET laughing at our pay statements? Well good luck in the awards ArmyNET, but I do think questions need to be asked.