back to article IBM joins Accenture in the 'no competition' UK govt club: Fights off no one for £25m contract extension from DWP

IBM has grabbed a £25.25m contract extension from the UK’s Department for Work and Pensions without outside competition, to keep the government ministry’s ageing application estate up and running. The apparently easy money is linked to an application deployment services (ADEP) contract, which initially included support for the …

  1. ComputerSays_noAbsolutelyNo

    IT Cartell?

    If businesses A and B operate in separate territory and decide not to contest each other's share of the pie, then we have a classic case of a cartell, or don't we?

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