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The Home Office has agreed on a two-year contract extension worth up to £10 million with Made Tech for a number of digital, data and technology services.
This comes after the company won a one-year deal worth £4 million in May 2021, which was then extended by six months with an additional £2 million.
The new agreement provides the option for a six-month extension worth around £2 million.
A spokesperson for Made Tech said the contract covers a number of the Home Office’s core functions, including the development and deployment of in-house digital services.
The company will also support the department in building and its user-centred design community, upskilling teams and adopting a more product-centric approach to delivery.
Its chief executive office, Rory MacDonald, said: “We are delighted that the Home Office has chosen to partner with Made Tech once again, as it demonstrates its confidence in our ability to deliver digital technology and our growing reputation within the market."