Fire services join forces for £250m shared service agreement

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Fire services from London, Berkshire, Buckinghamshire and Lincolnshire to share control and mobilisation systems

Fire services across the UK are to engage in a major IT shared services agreement, covering control and mobilisation systems, which will involve a 10-year contract worth up to £248m. The procurement...

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