back to article BT wins £26m extension on NI Oracle finance system project

The IT services arm of UK comms giant BT has won a contract extension worth up to £26 million ($32 million) for up to five years – without competition – to support Northern Ireland's government accounting system. It first worked on the system nearly 20 years ago. Planned since 2002, the procurement and implementation of a …

  1. VoiceOfTruth

    without competition

    = incumbent. The bad old days of monopoly are alive and well.

    1. Pascal Monett Silver badge

      Re: without competition

      That has never stopped. The buddy network is the strongest force in the Universe.

      Then again, you just might ascribe that to a successful performance.

      If you were an optimist.

  2. Shez

    "The Department has commenced started a Programme of work (Integr8) to commence start the process of preparing getting ready to start for procurement of new Finance and HR technology solutions for Central Government."

    so nowhere near actually replacing, and probably won't be by the end of the extension

  3. Anonymous Coward
    Anonymous Coward


    Getting down wid da yoof... very 2002... hip, daddio

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