Foreign & Commonwealth Office awards BAE Systems Detica £40m IT contract

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Five-year deal will see BAE Systems Detica manage services across 260 FCO posts around the world

The Foreign & Commonwealth Office (FCO) has selected BAE Systems Detica to manage its global IT estate for the next five years. The £40m deal will see BAE Systems Detica take responsibility for ...

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