HMRC CDIO Mark Dearnley defends organisation's approach to exiting Aspire contract

Sooraj Shah
HMRC's CDIO Mark Dearnley was grilled at a Public Accounts Committee hearing this week

HMRC's CDIO Mark Dearnley was grilled at a Public Accounts Committee hearing this week

'We're focusing on making sure the deals are clean, simple, easy to understand and don't mortgage the future," he tells Public Accounts Committee

HMRC's chief digital and information officer (CDIO), Mark Dearnley, has launched a staunch defence of the organisation's approach to exiting its £10bn Aspire contract. Dearnley was quizzed at a Public...

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