Let me guess
It'll be handed to Crapita and/or Oracle, who will promise a better & cheaper service yet deliver neither, and deliver it late?
Northern Ireland's Land and Property Services, part of the Department of Finance, is planning an IT procurement worth up to £125m to replace an ageing BT system running since 1999. Costs on the BT contract to build and run LandWeb, a land registry system, more than doubled since it was first signed more than two decades ago …
I worked on the original (Tony Blair-era) NLIS for England and Wales way back in 1999.
6 people on the central hub, 5 on the "channel". Both were Oracle-db and Java-based (and therefore bug-ridden), but it more-or less worked.
Delivered in 9 months from contract award. You'd be hard-pressed to spend more than £3M.
Yeahbut, now it has to be all interconnected with the Social Security system, the Import/Export system, the Police National Computer and the local Council bin collections system. Oh,and it simply MUST be VR and AR ready and powered by AI from the cloud. Everything is "connected".
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