back to article Questions over timetable slippage in UK taxman's £7bn 'cliff edge' IT procurement

Documents released by Her Majesty's Revenue & Customs (HMRC) suggest its everything-and-the-kitchen-sink re-procurement of £7.1bn in IT spending is slipping, according to a timetable set by UK.gov's major projects watchdog. The UK tax collector's technology sourcing refresh comes under the Technology Sourcing Programme, which …

  1. Harry Kiri

    Ironic

    They squeeze the pips from small businesses yet fire-hose cash to the big ones. No wonder the status quo is maintained.

  2. Anonymous Coward
    Anonymous Coward

    Don't think they'll be asking for duties to be paid on EU imports anytime soon

    WTO rules say treat everyone equally

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