HMRC signs new agreements for data provisioning service

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HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) has signed a handful of contracts worth a total of over £50million to support elements of its Data Provisioning Service (DPS).

He published the agreements, which have now come into effect and are due to last two years each, as the latest developments in the service.

The DPS provides support capabilities for HMRC’s work with data, providing a central platform for the main data office, various users within the organization and client groups who use it to create and run a range of enterprise data services.

Trio of chords

Technology consultancy Equal Experts represented three of the new deals, the largest worth £19.3million for risk discovery of research data. It supports a number of functions, including designing solutions, delivering code for reports and dashboards, system administration, and changing code to support evergreening.

The company also won £9.6million platform services agreement which includes impact and design of platform service products, service management for components, access management, and patch and evergreening management.

His third victory is for advanced analysis worth £8.3 million.

Cognizant Worldwide has entered into a fourth contract for Preparation and acquisition of DPS data management worth £14.3 million. This includes requirements for impact assessments, delivery management, solution design, code delivery for virtual databases, metadata management, and knowledge management.

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