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GDS adds two new contracts to One Login programme

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The Government Digital Service (GDS) has signed two new contracts with a total value of £38 million for the further development of the One Login service.

It has agreed the deals, both running for two years from April and valued at £19 million each, with PA Consulting Services as a capability delivery partner for user centred design and BAE Systems Digital Intelligence for fraud risk management.

These mark the latest steps in the development of One Login as a single form of digital sign-in and identification for central government services.

This has involved a series of previous contracts with companies including Deloitte for mobile app development, 6 Point 6 for architecture services, Experian to provide a cloud software solution, and Capgemini for DevOps support.

In recent weeks GDS has published the principles behind the development of One Login and guidance for the public in setting up an identity.



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