Welsh government signs £70m contract extension with Atos

Sooraj Shah
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Five-year contract will last until 2019

The Welsh government has signed a £70m contract with IT services provider Atos that will extend the long-standing relationship between the parties until 2019. The five-year contract extension be...

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