back to article Defra spent £82m with IBM last year

Spending data released by the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs has revealed IBM to be the department's biggest supplier. The list, released by Defra under Freedom of Information on 7 June 2010, shows that it paid IBM UK a total of £82.2m in 2009-10. The firm, which provides the department with most of its IT …


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  1. Anonymous Coward


    What exactly is the news story here? Most of Defra's IT spending is done with the contractor who is responsible for their outsourced IT? And do bear's still poo outdoors?

    Any chance of some in depth investigation as to whether this is high, or low, or value for money, or about Defra's happiness with the contract?

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