While policy does not explicitly forbid CPAN modules, they are completely unsupported inhouse. Without inhouse support there's too many hurdles to overcome to use CPAN modules effectively. It's more like enforcing a ban by attrition than an outright ban.
I'm working on 'em though projects like the one I'm working on currently will go a long way to insinuate Perl a little deeper into the corporate culture/infra-structure
For now that has to be the best next step. Once they are
comfortable with that then progress on CPAN can be made. I know that might sound a bit backword to outsiders but I've been advocating actively for a few years here. Patience and solid code in the clutch is the best course for now :)
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