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HMRC to spend up to £447 million on digital ‘new builds’


Mark Say Managing Editor

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HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) has published the fourth in a series of contract awards for its Digital Platforms New Build programme.

It has confirmed the award to Capgemini for a three-year agreement worth up to £146 million, taking the total value of the four contracts to a maximum of £447 million.

The contracts cover large scale digital integrations and new builds, including the creations of multiple delivery teams to work in HMRC’s digital delivery centres.

They have been awarded under the Crown Commercial Services’ Digital and Legacy Application Services procurement services.

The three other contracts in the series went to Netcompany with a value of up to £135 million, Accenture at up to £151 million and IBM at up to £75 million.

Capgemini has also recently been awarded a contract for the support of digital platforms at HMRC with a value of up to £245 million over five years.

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