HM Passport Office has signed a contract worth up to £37 million with IT services company DXC Technology for support of digital applications and services.
The deal has been awarded under the Crown Commercial Service’s Technology Services 3 framework for an initial period of two years, with the options for three one-year extensions that would take its value to £37 million.
The contract notice says it covers services under the platforms product family, within the Passport Office’s Digital Future Services programme.
It follows recent deals under the programme with Kainos for short, specific work packages, and Atos for business intelligence, infrastructure and intelligence products.
DXC is the trading entity for EntServ UK.
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