Government issues electronic storage tender worth up to £200m

Sooraj Shah
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Contract includes off- and on-site document storage, and scanning and retrieval

The Government Procurement Service (GPS) has tendered for electronic storage and retrieval software, and scanning and tracking services that will cost between £102m and £200m. The contract will be divided...

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