HMRC to move staff into 'transitional centres' before showing them the door

Sooraj Shah
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Computing understands that IT contractors won't be affected

As part of its 10-year "modernisation" programme by which HMRC aims to cut £100m in costs, the organisation will have transitional centres for staff likely to leave over the next five to 10 years, ...

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