Just had an attack of geekness after reading http://www.arrse.co.uk/royal-signals/173051-data-communications.html but it got me thinking does the corps have the right structure. I've never been a techie in RSigs terms but in civil service/defence contractor terms I've always been. Using the civil service for comparison, civ IM&T tends to lean towards Information Management/reporting with the IT/ICS element contracted out - whereas the corps tends to focus on the technology (IT/ICS) with the information management contracted in (esp with regards to CSS corps). Surely the army knows the information it needs and it would be better. To match the civilian world I'd suggest Information Management Supervisor (or new type of FofS :lol) but entry to this role isn't restricted corps, it'd try to recruit IT types from RAMC, AGC, RLC, etc with the aim of moving army (paper) administration into electronic messaging.