Rural Payments Agency chief: GDS and Defra didn't listen to warnings that CAP project was failing

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Rural Payments Agency chief: GDS and Defra didn't listen to warnings that CAP project was failing
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Rural Payments Agency chief: GDS and Defra didn't listen to warnings that CAP project was failing

'I was not in a position to have my opinion prevail,' says RPA's Mark Grimshaw

The chief executive of the Rural Payments Agency (RPA), Mark Grimshaw, has suggested that senior chiefs at the Government Digital Service (GDS) and Defra did not listen to his fears about failings in its...

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