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Post Office finds new tech boss

If the boss gets £3.5m what does the IT director get?

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The Post Office will make Yvonne Ferguson its new Chief Information Officer when the current holder Robin Dargue departs.

The two have been working together and will continue to do so until the end of the month, when Dargue will join Alcatel-Lucent and Ferguson will take sole control, Computing reports.

The Post Office is combating government plans to sell it off or find other sources of funding for improving services.

Unions are also unhappy and were even less impressed with yesterday's news that ex-boss Adam Crozier pocketed £3.5m in pay, bonuses and pension payments for his last 12 months in the job. ®

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